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National Weather Service On What Atlanta Can Expect From Irma

Sep 11, 2017

The center of Irma may not hit Atlanta, but a tropical storm warning remains in effect. That means high winds and heavy rain - the kind of thing that can cause flash flooding and bring down trees and power lines.

Hundreds of thousands of Georgia Power and EMC customers are out of electricity in central, south and coastal Georgia, and Atlanta area residents should expect the same thing.

On "Morning Edition," Denis O'Hayer spoke with Brian Lynn, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service office in Peachtree City.

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