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Heavy rain leads to flooded roads in Albany

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Flooding near the 400 block of Flint Flooding near the 400 block of Flint
The continuous rain is hitting some parts of Albany pretty hard The continuous rain is hitting some parts of Albany pretty hard
Public works has all trucks out working street flooding issues Public works has all trucks out working street flooding issues
The downpour is expected to carry on for a few more days The downpour is expected to carry on for a few more days
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The continuous rain is hitting some parts of Albany pretty hard. The downpour is expected to carry on for a few more days.

A new flood advisory has been issued for Dougherty Co. until 1:45 in the evening.

The weather service is predicting that one to two inches of rain will fall per hour, a total of four to five inches through the afternoon.

Public works has all trucks out handling street flooding issues.

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