“As deadly Hurricane Michael continued its march inland after making landfall along the Florida Panhandle early Wednesday afternoon, rain and wind pelted Georgia, knocking out power and downing trees in the southwestern corner of the state.
“Possible tornadoes touched down near Roberta, Perry and Fort Valley in central Georgia.
“Crawford County officials say a possible tornado damaged five homes near Roberta, the Associated Press reports. No injuries were reported.
“Farther north, a reported tornado touched down Wednesday evening in the Atlanta area. No reports of injuries or damage were immediately available.
“More than 131,000 outages have been reported in Georgia, notably Seminole, Miller and Decatur counties, where over 90 percent of customers are in the dark as the storm marches northeast.”
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