Flash flooding possible for South Ga. on Tuesday

There is a slight risk of flooding in south and west Dougherty County.
Published: Mar. 28, 2023 at 10:58 AM EDT
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ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - There is an expected risk for flash flooding on Tuesday in South Georgia following Monday’s First Alert Weather Day.

South Georgia remains in a marginal risk with a 5% chance for damaging winds and large hail, a 2% chance for isolated tornadoes and a 2% chance for flash flooding with 2-3 inches of rain expected. South and West Dougherty County is in a slight risk of flooding.

North Georgia is expected to receive 4-8 inches of rain that will head downstream into the Flint, Chattahoochee and Apalachicola rivers. The rivers are expected to rise and minor flooding is likely.

Here is a list of weather resources:

Below is a list of Albany radio stations that provide weather updates:

  • WALG 1590 AM broadcasts WALB news and weather
  • Hear our weather forecasts on the new RETRO - FM, 102.1
  • NASH FM 104.5 WKAK airs WALB’s meteorologist forecasts.

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