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Cutter Martin

WTOC11

Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Cutter:

Heavy downpours more likely Friday

Numerous showers and storms, some with heavy rain, will develop Friday morning and persist through the afternoon. → Read More

Tropical Storm Bertha forms off the South Carolina coast

Tropical Storm Bertha has formed in the southwestern Atlantic, just off the middle South Carolina coast. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day: Rain, some heavy, washing out Tuesday plans

A passing area of low pressure will deliver widespread rain, breezy winds, higher-than-normal tides, and an elevated risk of rip currents to the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry through Wednesday morning. → Read More

Residents call for action after dozens of people ignore social distancing, gather at Ga. river

Homeowners living near the Chattahoochee River in Roswell, Georgia are fed up after they say large groups of people gathered near the river this weekend. → Read More

2020 Hurricane Season: NOAA forecasts above-average season

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released a 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season forecast Thursday morning and are calling for a busier-than-normal hurricane season. → Read More

Apparent asteroid spotted over the southeast coast Thursday morning

A fireball and bright flash were reported across portions of Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas early Thursday morning. → Read More

First Alert Weather Academy: How does sea breeze affect our local weather?

A few things are guaranteed during our long summers - heat, humidity and the sea breeze. → Read More

First Alert Weather Academy: How does sea breeze affect our local weather?

A few things are guaranteed during our long summers - heat, humidity and the sea breeze. → Read More

Priest composer writes new hymn to give hope during coronavirus crisis

A Catholic priest known for composing beautiful church music believes he has a new hymn that could uplift those struggling with the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren’s oldest brother dies of coronavirus in Oklahoma

Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s oldest brother Don Reed Herring died of coronavirus Tuesday, she announced on Twitter Thursday morning. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day: Strong, severe storms Thursday afternoon, evening

Thursday is a First Alert Weather Day. A round - potentially a couple - of strong to severe storms are likely this afternoon and evening. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day: Severe storms possible Thursday afternoon, evening

Thursday is a First Alert Weather Day. A couple of rounds of strong, to severe, storms are likely later Thursday afternoon and evening. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day: Heavy rain, scattered severe storms Monday morning

Widespread rain, and embedded strong to severe thunderstorms, are in the forecast through the morning commute. A Tornado Watch is in effect until 11 a.m. though, the risk of severe weather may shift offshore as early as 9 a.m. → Read More

OUTAGE MAP: Ga Power customers affected by severe weather

Severe weather has left hundreds without power throughout the WTOC viewing area. → Read More

OUTAGE MAP: Ga Power customers affected by severe weather

Severe weather has left hundreds without power throughout the WTOC viewing area. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day: Gusty winds, severe storms Monday morning

Monday is a First Alert Weather Day. Gusty winds may down limbs, knock out power early this morning ahead of severe storms with damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes. → Read More

Colorado State University forecasts busier than normal Atlantic Hurricane Season

A team of scientists at Colorado State University has released an annual pre-season Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season forecast. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day: Strong, severe storms sweep through Tuesday evening

Today is a First Alert Weather Day. Numerous showers and storms, including a few severe storms, are likely late this afternoon and evening. → Read More

90-degree temperatures possible across Deep South this week

The National Weather Service is predicting temperatures Thursday and Friday could approach or even exceed 90 degrees in areas of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. → Read More

Fast food worker accused of shooting at customers after order mix-up in Georgia

A Checkers spokesperson says the franchisee is fully cooperating with the police. → Read More