…FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM EST THIS EVENING THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING…
…FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM EST THIS EVENING
THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING…
The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* Baldwin; Banks; Barrow; Bartow; Bibb; Bleckley; Butts; Carroll; Catoosa; Chattahoochee; Chattooga; Cherokee; Clarke; Clayton; Cobb; Coweta; Crawford; Crisp; Dade; Dawson; DeKalb; Dooly; Douglas; Fannin; Fayette; Floyd; Forsyth; Gilmer; Glascock; Gordon; Greene; Gwinnett; Hall; Hancock; Haralson; Harris; Heard; Henry; Houston; Jackson; Jasper; Jones; Lamar; Lumpkin; Macon; Madison; Marion; Meriwether; Monroe; Morgan; Murray; Muscogee; Newton; North Fulton; Oconee; Oglethorpe; Paulding; Peach; Pickens; Pike; Polk; Pulaski; Putnam; Rockdale; Schley; South Fulton; Spalding; Stewart; Sumter; Talbot; Taliaferro; Taylor; Towns; Troup; Twiggs; Union; Upson; Walker; Walton; Warren; Washington; Webster; White; Whitfield; Wilcox; Wilkes; Wilkinson
(Baker; Calhoun; Clay; Decatur; Dougherty; Early; Lee; Miller; Mitchell; Quitman; Randolph; Seminole; Terrell; Turner; Worth) until Feb 6th, 2020 9:00pm EST.
* From 6 PM EST Wednesday evening through Friday morning.
* Very heavy rain will be moving in tonight and continuing through
Thursday night. Three to four inches of rain with local amounts
near six inches are possible. Flooding could also occur in low-
lying areas, rivers, small creeks and streams, which could
continue well after the rain ends.
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.