Damaging wind and large hail are possible, according to the outlook.
There is a rare moderate risk of severe storms for all of north Georgia and it's possible this could be upgraded further by the Storm Prediction Center. An isolated strong/severe storm can not be ruled out Wednesday morning.
An area basically along and east of a line from Camden to Selma to Birmingham can expect the possibility of "destructive and long track" tornadoes, hail up to baseball size and damaging straight line winds, forecasts show.
But National Weather Service meteorologist Sid King said the crews may not be able to make their final determinations before an even nastier band of storms hits the state on Wednesday.
"We get a quiet, gorgeous day today, but please be very weather aware on Wednesday", Monahan said. All modes of severe weather will be possible with this storm system.
"Numerous thunderstorms are expected to develop in the late morning with another round of storms moving through Columbus in the late afternoon and early evening", her statement said.
The first EF-1 tornado was reported just after 4 a.m. Monday near Oak Park Drive in Madisonville, officials said.
Damaging winds gusting as high as 34 miles per hour could cause downed trees and power lines along with structural damage. Thursday's high will be cooler, near 70 degrees with a low of 44 degrees.
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