From Bulloch EMA

  • Confidence continues to increase that a potentially significant severe weather event could occur across Southeast South Carolina and Southeast Georgia this afternoon into Monday morningas a potent storm system affects the area

•Scenario: Several rounds possible

  • Round 1:Isolated severe thunderstorms across Southeast Georgia/far Southern South Carolina this afternoon (mainly 1-6 PM)
  • Round 2 [greatest risk]: Scattered to numerous severe thunderstorms across Southeast South Carolina/Georgia this evening into early Monday morning (mainly 6 PM –2 AM)
  • Round 3:A squall line of scattered severe storms could move west to east across Southeast South Carolina/Georgia Monday morning (mainly around daybreak)


  • Damaging winds in excess of 70 mph (main hazard)
  • Tornadoes (EF-2 or greater possible)
  • Large hail (quarter size or greater)
  • Heavy rainfall (low risk for flash flooding)


  • High for severe hazards; moderate for timing

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