State emergency management officials say 11 people have been killed and 23 have been hurt after severe weather hit southern Georgia, according to the Associated Press.
Severe weather and a tornado outbreak is expected in the South Sunday afternoon, Channel 2 Action News meteorologist Brian Monahan said.
Eatonton, Thomaston and into Upton and laGrange counties are at risk for severe thunderstorms, large hail and isolated tornado risk," Monahan said. "Be very weather aware.
Four people died after strong storms moved through Georgia Saturday night, Channel 2 reported.
Officials with the Brooks County Sheriff's Office confirmed two deaths to Channel 2 Action News.
Seven people were killed at a mobile home park in Cook County, Coroner
Tim Purvis told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
"We have 7 confirmed fatalities and we're currently conducting search and rescue right now," Purvis said.
Two people died in Brooks County.
Both were in the same home in Barney that was displaced into Highway 122, according to Channel 2.
The Berrien County Sheriff's Office also confirmed at least two people died during the storm, according to WALB-TV. Information is limited at this time.
Berrien County Coroner Robert S. Lovein Jr. said the damage is extensive and terrible.
Two people were killed in Berrien County.
At least three more injuries were confirmed in Thomas County.
The sheriff's office said a mobile home at Airline and Centennial roads was destro