It was a wild weather day in Middle Georgia, with a potential tornado and several severe thunderstorms earlier this evening.
Areas of south Bibb County had some damage along I-475 near Sardis Church rd and the National Weather Service will be out tomorrow to perform a storm survey and determine if a tornado did indeed touch down.
On top of that, Middle Georgia also saw quite a bit of rainfall with some areas seeing over 2″ of rainfall this evening.
Rain chances and storm chances aren’t going anywhere through the next few days as unsettled weather is expected through Friday ahead of our next cold front.
This front will bring a big cool down to the area for the weekend, but it also will be clearing things out, if only for a few days before more rain chances move in Monday.
Temperatures are going to continue to fall as we head through the weekend and into next week. Expect high temps in the 50’s through much of next week, with the potential for our first freeze of the fall.
It looks like the cold weather will stick around through the next 6-10 days as well, so get ready for some real fall weather in Middle Georgia!