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



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September 2009 Flooding: Picture Galleries

Dog River at Hwy 5, Douglas County, Georgia. Flooding on Sept. 21, 2009Many 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 site of interest to you.

This picture shows flooding at Dog River at Hwy 5, Douglas County, Georgia on September 21, 2009. The deck holds the USGS automated water-monitoring and transmission equipment that allows for real-time display of current stream conditions on our Web pages.

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