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By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Lee County residents are also keeping a close eye on creek levels. Saturday morning, homeowners along Lovers Lane watched water from Lake Chehaw rise into their back yards.

A few docks were completely submerged. A few roads also had water flowing across them. People there hope the water recedes before the expected rainfall in the next few days.

The Muckalee Creek is expected to remain around the 13 foot mark until Tuesday. Right now, the Kinchafoonee is a little more than 15 feet.

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