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Emergency officials monitoring Kinchafonnee Creek

Rain continues to fall tonight after periods of heavy showers off and on throughout the day in and around Albany.  

Emergency officials in Lee County are monitoring the levels of the Kinchafoonee Creek tonight.

Lee County Fire Chief James Howell says the levels are going to get pretty high, but residents should not be alarmed.

Howell doesn't believe they will have any major flooding, but the will be watching and are prepared if something does happen.

The National Weather Service did issue a flood warning earlier today near Webster County. 


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