(WTXL) — The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for portions of South Georgia as a line of storms approaches the area.
Decatur, Grady, Miller, Mitchell and Thomas counties are all under the warning until 12:15 p.m. ET as a severe thunderstorm capable of producing tornadoes moves through the area.
The storm is moving east at 50 MPH.
If you're issued a tornado warning, then it's time to go to your safe place. That means a tornado is imminent and it's been spotted by a trained storm spotter or detected by rotation on radar.
Also, be sure to download the Storm Shield App to get watches and warnings delivered straight to your phone to stay updated no matter when severe weather strikes. Get the app today: iPhone/iPad | Android
For our full forecast on today's storms, click here.