Forsyth County is under a wind advisory until 8 p.m. Thursday as yet another storm system sweeps through north Georgia.
According to the National Weather Service, southeast winds between 15 and 25 miles per hours may bring gusts between 30-40 mph, a force that can bring down “large tree limbs and some weaker trees, especially with saturated soils.”
Unsecured outdoors items may be blown around and driving may be difficult, especially for high-profile vehicles, the advisory warns.
Winds come as part of a system that is expected to being “isolated strong to possibly severe” storms.
“The main threats will be strong, gusty winds and frequent lightning,” the National Weather Service’s hazardous weather outlook says.
With a high near 69 degrees, new rainfall amounts are predicted between a quarter and half an inch Thursday, with the low dropping around 49 tonight.