Severe weather threat over, near record rainfall with minimal damage
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This morning parts of North Georgia experienced severe weather. For my community, a tornado warning was issued by the National Weather Service just as my wife was about the take my son to middle school. My daughter was already sheltering in the hallway at the high school, which had already been in session for over an hour. We made a “common sense” decision to delay their commute to school until the warning expired. Some middle school students were likely waiting for school buses as the severe weather alerts buzzed our phones. I immediately noticed a frenzy of parental inquiries on social media: Where are the buses? or What are we supposed to do? This sequences of events prompted me to dig a bit deeper on this somewhat rare but clearly possible situation.

Severe weather threat over, near record rainfall with minimal damage

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Severe weather threat over, near record rainfall with minimal damage

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