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Picture of a combined sewage overflow outflow point during Sept. 2009 flooding in Atlanta, Georgia.



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Water Resources of Georgia

September Flooding Information and Data

Many days of continuous heavy rain in mid-September have resulted in flooding in many parts of Georgia, especially in north Georgia and the Atlanta region. These rains have been producing streamflows of record proportions. View a map of real-time stream stage and streamflow monitoring sites in Georgia to select a USGS "real-time" stream stage and streamflow monitoring site of interest to you. The chart you'll see shows "stream stage", or the height of the water, in feet. Many sites also show National Weather Service flood stages.

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