Rounds of gusty thunderstorms will blow through parts of the South into Tuesday night.
The locally drenching and severe storms will affect southern portions of Alabama and Georgia, South Carolina and the Florida Panhandle.
Cities in the crosshairs of this wild weather include Mobile, Savannah, Macon, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Pensacola and Charleston.
The fiercest storms will produce damaging blasts of wind, frequent and dangerous lightning, hail larger than the size of quarters and blinding downpours.
Flash flooding is likely in areas that have especially slow-moving storms or storms that repeat over and over.
Be sure to heed any thunderstorm-related warnings. If a warning is issued, this means a dangerous thunderstorm is imminent, and you should take shelter immediately. Never drive through a roadway with water over it.
Keep checking back at AccuWeather.com for all the latest details.
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