Atlanta, Georgia 2021-06-19 17:30:00 –
As Claudet continues to approach northern Georgia, heavy rains continue to fall. Total rainfall on weekends is 2-4 inches and flash floods can occur.
A tropical cyclone will occur at the beginning of Saturday
The· Disturbance I was watching it in the Gulf of Mexico and was finally upgraded to a Tropical Cyclone Claudette at 5am on Saturday, about 45 miles southwest of New Orleans, Louisiana. The storm then weakened into a tropical cyclone as it traveled through western Alabama at 5 pm.
Cloudet will continue to rain in the southeastern United States until Sunday. The cloudet is projected to be a tropical cyclone again by Monday along the coast of North Carolina.
Metro Atlanta Timeline
- Saturday night -Scattered rain and sometimes heavy rain. Short tornadoes can also occur, mainly in central and southern Georgia.
- Sunday morning -Scattered rain and occasional heavy rain until 9am
- Sunday afternoon- Scattered rain moving east of Metro Atlanta.
- Sunday evening -Isolated rain.
Flash flood clock
Flash flood surveillance is valid throughout Metro Atlanta until Sunday. It can rain 2 to 5 inches in Atlanta Metro until Monday.
Heavy rains in such a short period of time can cause flash floods, especially from late Saturday to early Sunday.
The risk is low, but isolated tornadoes can occur from tonight to Sunday morning, primarily south of Atlanta. The highest risks are in central and southern Georgia.
2021 hurricane season
Ann Above average hurricane season is predicted In the Atlantic Ocean, 13 to 20 named storms, 6 to 10 hurricanes, and 3 to 5 major hurricanes are predicted.
So far, three named storms have occurred. Prior to the claudette, Anna developed in the North Atlantic in May and Bill developed in the West Atlantic and weakened rapidly.
The peak of the hurricane season is September. The season ends on November 30th.
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