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All kinds of information about our weather in North Georgia

1936 Gainesville Tornado
1936 Gainesville Tornado
A Time to Mourn, Gainesville, Georgia is destroyed by a rare double tornado early in the morning of Aptil 6, 1936
1998 North Atlanta Tornado Outbreak
1998 North Atlanta Tornado Outbreak
On the evening of April 8, 1998, tornadoes struck the northern perimeter of Atlanta, Georgia. Storms were category F2 and destroyed a Waffle House and damaged an auto dealer in Cobb County
2008 Atlanta Tornado
2008 Atlanta Tornado
Destructive tornado strikes Atlanta, Georgia in March, 2008, while two basketball games with more than 100,000 fans are in progress.
Ice Jam 2000
Ice Jam 2000
Freezing temperatures and precipitation wrecked havoc on two January weekends in 2000. The second weekend Atlanta was hosting the Superbowl
National Weather Service
National Weather Service
From a brick building near the Peachtree City airport the National Weather Service issues watches and warnings for a 96 county area including most of North Georgia.
North Georgia Droughts
North Georgia Droughts
A look at droughts suffered through by the Peach State, especially those with the greatest impact on North Georgia.
Palm Sunday Killer Tornados
Palm Sunday Killer Tornados
One of the most destructive systems to hit Georgia in the 1990's, the wide path of the storms cut a swath from Bartow County in the northwest to Rabun County in the northeast
Tornado Quiz
Tornado Quiz
Test your TQ (Tornado Quotient) with our Tornado Quiz
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Voices from the Past
FDR's Brother's Keeper Speech
FDR's Brother's Keeper Speech
Remarks made by FDR in Gainesville, Georgia, on March 23, 1938 about the cleanup efforts from the Gainesville Tornado (1936).
FDR in Gainesville, 1936
FDR in Gainesville, 1936
Shortly after the devastating Gainesville on April 6, 1936, FDR's train pulled into the station and he spoke to workers who paused during cleanup.

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