County-by-County Impacts: Hurricane Michael

SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON FORECAST; CHECK HERE FOR UPDATES

Based on the latest forecasts from the National Hurricane Center, the Storm Prediction Center, and other forecast models, here is a county-by-county breakdown of the impacts from Hurricane Michael for all counties in our viewing area. This is a living document and will change based on changes to the forecast.

The timing of the greatest impacts for all counties will be Wednesday evening into early Thursday morning.

UPDATED 1 PM Wednesday: Further increase to tornado threat for some areas; another uptick in wind speeds as well to correspond with latest NHC and SPC forecasts.

PEAK WIND SPEED RAINFALL TORNADO
COUNTY SUST. GUSTS (INCHES) THREAT
Barbour, AL 40-50 65 2-5 very slight
Chambers, AL 20-30 45 1/2-2 none
Lee, AL 25-40 50 1-2 none
Russell, AL 30-45 55 2-4 very slight
Chattahoochee, GA 35-45 60 2-4 slight
Clay, GA 45-60 80 3-6 slight
Harris, GA 30-40 50 1-3 very slight
Marion, GA 45-55 75 2-4 slight
Meriwether, GA 25-35 50 1-3 slight
Muscogee, GA 35-50 60 2-4 slight
Quitman, GA 40-55 75 3-5 slight
Randolph, GA 50-70 80 4-6 slight
Schley, GA 45-60 75 3-6 enhanced
Stewart, GA 45-55 75 3-5 slight
Sumter, GA 50-65 85 4-6 enhanced
Talbot, GA 35-50 60 2-4 very slight
Taylor, GA 40-50 65 3-5 enhanced
Troup, GA 20-30 45 1/2-2 very slight
Upson, GA 25-35 55 1-3 slight
Webster, GA 50-60 85 4-6 enhanced
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