The greatest risk of a tornado looks as of now to be north of I-20. How great the danger, and just where it ends up being, will depend on the wind shear and helicity environment. This will depend on the strength and tack of the surface low.
If the low tracks northeast further away from GA then the risk of rotating storms will be lessened, or at least the intensity of storms will be more standard. But if the low tracks more east just north of GA, then the low-level jet streak would be stronger and the directional shear component larger, creating a greater risk of damaging winds and tornadoes.
Updates on the radio as needed throughout the day, tune-in for watches and warnings issued this afternoon and evening. Click on map to zoom larger close-up.