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Flood Advisory through 7am for Portions of Appling, Bacon, Coffee, Jeff Davis and Wayne Counties

The National Weather Service In Jacksonville Has Issued An Urban And 
Small Stream Flood Advisory For Minor Flooding Of Poor Drainage Areas In...
  
Appling County In Southeast Georgia... This Includes The Cities Of... 
Surrency... Plant Hatch... Graham... Baxley...
  
Bacon County In Southeast Georgia... This Includes The City Of Alma...
  
Coffee County In Southeast Georgia... This Includes The Cities Of... 
Douglas... Broxton... Ambrose...
  
Jeff Davis County In Southeast Georgia... This Includes The City Of Hazlehurst...
  
Northwestern Wayne County In Southeast Georgia...
 
Until 700 Am Est
 
At 305 Am Est Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated Periods Of
Heavy Rainfall Over Portions Of Southeast Georgia Associated With
Showers And A Few Thunderstorms. Rainfall Amounts Over The Past 6
Hours Have Been Around 1 To 2.5 Inches In Most Of The Advisory Area.
Additional Rainfall Amounts Of 1 To 2 Inches Are Possible In The
Advisory Area.
  
Excessive Runoff From These Storms Will Cause Flooding Of Small
Creeks And Streams... Highways... Streets And Underpasses.
Additionally... Country Roads And Farmlands Along The Banks Of Creeks
And Streams And Other Low Lying Areas Are Subject To Flooding.
 
A Flood Advisory Means River Or Stream Flows Are Elevated Or Ponding
Of Water In Urban Or Other Areas Is Occurring Or Is Imminent.
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