After two days of severe weather, calm returned to North Georgia on Wednesday.
There were a few scattered thunderstorms ahead of a southward-moving front, but nothing like the weather systems that blew through earlier in the week.
Storms killed two people in Georgia and left a trail of damage from Central to Northeast Georgia. A building near Elberton collapsed Monday, and on Tuesday, Hall County Emergency Management reported several homes were damaged by falling trees and power lines.
According to the National Weather Service, no hazardous weather is expected Thursday through Saturday. A slight chance of thunderstorms could return to North Georgia on Sunday and then increase across North and Central Georgia for Monday.