County now at enhanced risk of severe weather

A slide from the National Weather Service outlining the area's risk level.

Coffee County has been upgraded to an enhanced risk of severe weather, according to a press release from Coffee County EMA Deputy Director Grant Lyons.

The main line of storms is starting to develop and this line is expected to impact the area around 10 or 11 a.m. today, according to the release.

The main threat of this line will be wind gusts up to 60-70 mph with isolated tornadoes possible, according to the release.

The area is currently under a flash flood watch and tornado watch with the tornado watch expiring at noon today, according to the release.  

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