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As of now the eyes expected to move up the spine of florida or slightly eased to this weekend the most severe damage will be along and the east of the eyes path on the atlantic coast miami to jacksonville the gulf coast on the weaker west side from naples to tampa and on to the eastern part of the panhandle will still have some flooding and wind damage but not as bad as east florida including orlando urmas expected to move north through georgia monday with heavy rain forty to fifty mile an hour wind gusts and an isolated tornado possible stronger wind in storms will be possible for the georgia coast sunday and monday the remnants of the storm expected to drift over east central tennessee by wednesday morning after passing over or near atlanta by tuesday my specific atlanta fiveday forecast is coming up for more see my blog at wsbradiocom tom live in the storm center i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish i'm wsb's michelle wright with continuing team coverage of hurricane erma taking lessons from kirke matthey last year governor nathan deal ordering evacuations of folks east of i ninety five and you're just starting tomorrow morning the dots natalie dale eight o'clock saturday morning you will not be a april to crabo eastbound on i keno plainfield avenue in the opposite direction westbound randy lewis rents to nursing homes in savannah and says preps are already under way to get their 87 patient safely inland we've got their actual bear baruch everything that on its way so we start getting.