Listen: Atlanta, Nancy Creek, Brad Nitz discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Atlanta's twenty four hour news, weather and traffic. News ninety five five. And a m seven fifty W S. Atlanta's news starts now. Seven thirty on a soggy Friday morning. Smilin' Mark McKay for Scott Slade. This is Atlanta's morning news WSB's top local story. The rain comes in waves. Drenching metro Atlanta channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nitz is watching an active storm tracker radar WSB stone factor. Radar shows widespread. Heavy rain across a most of metro Atlanta, north Georgia, the cloud to ground lightning strikes, picking up now as well. And we do have a few breaks here and there, but if you're enjoying a lull in the action, unfortunately, it's it's just temporary. We're going to keep this heavy rain off and on through the morning into the early afternoon before finally tapers off to go through some of the flood warnings that are in effect right now, I Jack creek near Mabel ten in Cobb County, big creek near Alfa Reta coming in Forsyth and Fulton counties. Those impacting only grass field wooded areas. A couple of new flood warnings one four. For Fulton County, Nancy creek near Atlanta. I just came out a few minutes ago that was just issued and that could impact some residential yards. West Wesley road. Nancy creek road ridge valley court also the athlete fields at Westminster schools could be impacted by some water from Nancy creek and into cabin Fulton counties north fork of Peachtree creek near Atlanta, a flood warning in effect and some of the low lying backyards of some of the homes and a victory drive done. What he plays and converse drive. We'll watch for that. As a flash flood watches in effect for additional arising of rivers. Streams and creeks through the morning into the afternoon. We'll see this taper off this afternoon and into the evening. We start to dry out headed towards a high of sixty seven degrees right now forty nine on Peachtree street and for Kirk Mellish. I'm channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nitz ponding. Standing water. The roads certainly have caused problems this morning. Here's triple team traffic. And the update from Doug Turnbull? Gorgeous, Danny water all over town with a heavy rain almost three inches in the last few days. As you've been hearing brand new.."