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

SEPTEMBER 2009 FLOODING

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September 2009 Flooding
Peachtree Creek at Northside Drive at Atlanta (02336300)

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Flood conditions at Peachtree Creek on Sept. 21st—stream height (gage height) is about 20 feet, which corresponds to about 9,000 cubic feet of streamflow (cfs).

Peachtree Creek at flood conditions. Height is over 20 feet.

Normal flow conditions at Peachtree Creek when the gage height is about 3 feet, which corresponds to about 100 cubic feet per second of streamflow.

Normal flow conditions at Peachtree Creek when the gage height is about 3
feet, which corresponds to about 100 cubic feet per second of streamflow.

Historic high-water flood conditions at Peachtree Creek on September 21, 2009. The gage height (depth of water) is about 23.7 feet.

Historic high-water flood conditions at Peachtree Creek on September 21,
2009.  The gage height (depth of water) is about 23.7 feet..

Flooded house on Woodward Way, next to Peachtree Creek at Northside Drive.

Flooded house on Woodward Way, next to Peachtree Creek at Northside Drive.

Woodward Way, parallel to Peachtree Creek, is flooded.

Woodward Way, parallel to Peachtree Creek, is flooded.

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