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Update as of 1:38PM

Per Newstalk 1330

Carroll County, GA Sheriff’s Office EMA says no serious damage reported from “reported” tornado touchdown in bowdon junction and temple.

“Only blown trees reported at this point,” says official. “We did not receive a single 911 call re: damage, sighting, or injury.” – Carroll County, GA Sheriff’s Office EMA:

Update as of 2:25PM

Latest on the earlier Tornado Warning, Listen to this report from Tim Padgett Carroll County, GA Sheriff’s Office EMA & @Newstalk1330.
 
Tree damage reported from Five Points area to Lee Williams Rd in the Bowdon Junction area. You listen to the report from Collin Worthington Below.
 
Update 3:15PM

Summary of Today’s Severe Weather

Power Outages were first reported in the Bowdon, GA area of Highway 100 and Dot Rd (Being Restored). A Tornado Warning was later issued for the Northern Portion of Carroll County around Mt Zion and Temple. Tree Damage was reported from Carroll County EMA and 911 around Lee Williams Rd in the Bowdon Junction area along with Lovvorn Farm Rd and Miller Academy Rd directly on the other side of Highway 27. The stoplight at Hwy 27 and Bowdon Junction Rd was off for sometime. Should be back on. Another Tree was reported down on power lines at Highway 100 and Smithfield Rd. A few crashes were reported in Carrollton. Power is currently being restored around Thomas Wilson Rd and Highway 5, Clem Lowell Rd / Old Newnan Rd near Highway 16. NWS will be out looking into the slight damage reports around the Bowdon Junction area per Carroll County, GA Sheriff’s Office EMA, Once confirmed Newstalk 1330 WLBB will bring that information to you.

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