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WATCH LIVE: Tracking Nicole See Latest Forecast, Spaghetti Models, More Information

13WMAZ is tracking Nicole as it moves towards Central Georgia.
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MACON, Ga. — Rain chances will be on the rise as Nicole makes a run for central Georgia. With the track now taking the storm right through our area, rain and wind look likely for Thursday night, overnight into Friday morning. The storm will move off to the north and east later Friday.

13WMAZ is live with the latest forecasts, models and additional information as the storm moves towards Central Georgia after making landfall in Florida overnight. 

Due to the threat of severe weather, several events and after-school activities have already been canceled for Thursday. 

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Residents in Central Georgia could start feeling the impact of the storm by midday Thursday and carry overnight into Friday.

By the weekend, it looks like a strong cold front will not only steer the tropical system out to sea but will also drop temperatures in the Peach State to the 50s and 60s.

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