I am a Science Teacher and this blog is dedicated to tracking day to day and severe weather in Rabun Gap Georgia, and the Northeast Region of GA.
By: BySurasWeather, 10:53 PM GMT on April 26, 2012
Storm on the way, rain totals could reach 4.0 inches by 8:00 PM. Flood Watch in effect. Severe rapid moving thunderstorms possible. Tornado watches possible. Stay safe, updates throughout the day.
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By: BySurasWeather, 11:47 PM GMT on April 17, 2012
Storms coming from the south, southeast. Some severe. See radar below. Monitor severe cells closely.
By: BySurasWeather, 1:41 AM GMT on April 06, 2012
4/5/12: See the radar below. Tonight's rainfall is set at about an inch with severe thunderstorms possible. Be on alert and set weather radios. No Tornado watches were set for today, but in and around Brevard, vortex signatures and mesocyclones were present in the area.
By: BySurasWeather, 10:49 AM GMT on March 24, 2012
At 6:40 AM you may have been awokin to the sound of 2 massive lightning strikes. Don't know yet where they hit on our campus, but they were close to my window. I will take pics if there is damage and post later. This was the very last cell of the major cold front that just moved through. The last HURAHH!
By: BySurasWeather, 11:49 PM GMT on March 22, 2012
Dear all, A big band of thunderstorms is moving in from the west, after midnight and into Friday Morning. 3/22. Some thunderstorms could be severe. Students, feel free to let me know what is happening in your area. It is cool we all experience such different weather relatively close proximity. Check the radar links below for tornado warnings in the area, and check the radar below. Have a great night.
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