TIFTON — Tift County could see windspeeds of more than 70 miles per hour and isolate tornadoes today, according to the National Weather Service.
A group of storms is heading east across South Georgia and the Florida Panhandle throughout Thursday.
Damage to structure and homes is possible as well as “widespread damage” to power lines and trees, according to NWS.
Severe storms are predicted for Tift County Thursday afternoon through Thursday night.
Heavy rainfall is also expected, with 2.5-3 inches forecast for Tift.