Very Strong wording from FFC in AFD.. Especially with SPC Outlooks make little mention of this. By Friday morning /12z/...cold front should be located across central or eastern AL...with associated precip oriented along it. Very well could see scattered showers develop out ahead of the main line across western Georgia beginning a few hrs before sunrise. Right now...expecting the line of precip to push into western Ga counties by 15z. Given abnormally strong lift...favorable jet region aloft...relatively high water vapor mixing ratios...the chance for thunderstorms will increase. Given these parameters...enough shear exists for storm organization. Severe chances for tomorrow will be dependent on instability: thick stratus/fog/drizzle could pose a problem for instability...as well as pre-frontal showers. But this is also a good chance that such strong system dynamics may be able to overcome these issues. If we do see instability of at least several hundred J/kg...severe risk will be high...and include threats of damaging wind gusts/brief tornadoes/heavy rainfall. The system will progress from west to east through the day Friday and with potential peaks of sunshine across eastern and especially southeast Georgia...beginning to think greatest risk of severe weather will exist across this area in the afternoon. Although lower level helicity values decrease by this time /0-1 helicity <100m^2/s^2/...could still see a threat for brief tornadoes but looking more specifically at a wind threat by then.