2 tornadoes confirmed in Georgia

The National Weather Service confirmed two weak tornadoes hit Haralson and Heard counties during Wednesday’s storms, according to preliminary information.

An EF-0 tornado hit Breman with estimated an wind speed was 85 mph, the NWS reported. 

An EF-0 tornado usually results in light damage.

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Four trees were knocked down at an apartment on Kaiser Street in Bremen and the roof of the complex was damaged, according to Channel 2 Action News.

Strong winds picked up a trampoline and dumped it on top of a truck. 

And vehicles were destroyed.

The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado hit Bremen on Wednesday. (Credit: National Weather Service)

An  EF-1 tornado with estimated winds of 95 mph was reported in Heard County, according to the National Weather Service. 

The tornadoes were part of a system that brought downpours and damaging winds to metro Atlanta and other parts of the state.

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Wet roads led to multiple wrecks across metro Atlanta. The FAA issued a ground stop at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. And heavy rain left behind flooded roads and other damages.

A flood warning issued for Clayton, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton and Spalding counties has expired, according to the NWS.

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