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North & Central Georgia Flood Watch

North and Central Georgia are under a Flood Watch from Friday through Saturday. Heavy rain is expected from 2 inches to 4 inches in some areas. A second round could occur on Sunday and could add 1 to 2 more inhes. Flash floods are possible as well as flooding of rivers and creeks. It is important to stay up to date with your local forecast over the next few days.

HERE ARE SOME GREAT LINKS TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR THE COMING RAIN:

My Fox Atlanta Flood Warning

FloodSmart.gov: What to Do Before a Flood

FloodSmart.gov: Flood Facts

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