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Flood of 1994 twenty years later

Twenty years ago this weekend, central Georgia experienced the massive flooding from Tropical Storm Alberto.  The current 24 hour rainfall record for Georgia, 21.10 inches, fell in Americus on July 6, 1994 during the storm.  The extreme rainfall caused tremendous devastation in Macon, Montezuma, Albany and other areas in central…
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Update on TS Arthur

In the last day or so the area of tropical disturbance that meteorologists were watching has developed into Tropical Storm Arthur, the first tropical storm of the 2014 season.  Arthur is expected to start moving towards the northeast and may reach hurricane status before its expected landfall in eastern North…
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