Friday, February 22, 2013
A slow-moving weather system will move over Kennesaw and the metro Atlanta area.
A flood watch is in effect from Atlanta southward through Saturday afternoon due to the potential for flooding in creeks, streams and flood-prone areas. A slow-moving weather system will move over Atlanta through Saturday producing more than four inches of rain across central Georgia with up to an inch of rain possible in Atlanta. Showers moved in Thursday night and will continue today with a second round of scattered rain moving in Friday night through Saturday morning. Temperatures in Kennesaw are expected to reach the mid 40s Friday night. For Saturday, the chance of showers will be 80 percent and most likely before 11 a.m. On Sunday, skies will be sunny with temperatures reaching into the low 60s. But there's a chance that more rain …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Two to 8 inches of rain have already fallen on parts of north and central Georgia, prompting concerns of flash flooding, extensive street flooding and isolated significant flooding, according to the National Weather Service.
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Wednesday, February 20
Most of Georgia, including Kennesaw, is in for a deluge as two rounds of heavy rain likely start Thursday and continue through Tuesday, so get your rain boots and umbrellas ready. Two to 4 inches have already fallen on north since the beginning of February, prompting concerns of flash flooding, extensive street flooding and isolated significant flooding, according to the National Weather Service's Hydrologic Outlook, which covers Kennesaw and a slew of other cities in north and central Georgia. Storms systems moving in and expected to bring moisture into the Gulf are to blame. Widespread rain is expected early Friday through Saturday along with periods of heavy rain again Monday, which should end by Tuesday morning. Areas south of a line …
Friday, June 29, 2012
This weekend Kennesaw and Metro Atlanta will be feeling triple digit temperatures; here are a few tips to keep you and your family cool.
Friday, June 29, 2012
The dog days of summer are here and this weekend Kennesaw and Metro Atlanta will be in for a heat wave. Weather outlets are reporting that temperatures will break the 100 mark in Kennesaw today through Sunday, with a predicted high of 103 on Saturday. To keep you and your family safe from the scorching temperatures here are 10 tips from the Georgia Emergency Management Agency’s (GEMA) Ready Georgia campaign to help beat the heat in the coming days: Ready Georgia is currently hosting a contest for the chance to win a free weather radio, so visit the Ready Georgia Web site and create a Ready profile for a chance to win.