While there's a slight chance of thunderstorms today, tonight showers will be likely in the Holly Spring-Hickory Flat area.
The National Weather Service reports a cold front will push through north and central Georgia from the northwest this evening into overnight bringing a chance for scattered thunderstorms mainly north and west of Atlanta and isolated thunderstorms elsewhere.
Frequent lightning, strong gusty winds and heavy rainfall are the main hazards from any thunderstorm, according to the National Weather Service.
While severe storms are not expected, the forecast says a few storms could become strong. Days Two Through Seven
Keep your umbrella handy Monday, as there's a chance for isolated thunderstorms in the morning into early afternoon across central Georgia as the associated cold front exits the area. A second cold front looks to impact the area Thursday into Friday allowing for another chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms.