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River Flood Warning Update (Early Tuesday August 20)

Forecast Flooding Increased From Minor To Moderate Severity... The Flood Warning Continues For The Ohoopee River Near Reidsville.

* At 6 Am Tuesday The Stage Was 15.8 Feet.

* Flood Stage Is 11.0 Feet.

* Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Moderate Flooding Is Forecast.

* At 14.0 Feet...Flooding Of Several Riverside Unimproved Roads And

  Some Agricultural Land Occurs.

 

The Flood Warning Continues For The Edisto River Near Givhans Ferry.

* At 9 PM Monday The Stage Was 10.7 Feet.

* Flood Stage Is 10.0 Feet.

* Minor Flooding Is Occurring.

* Forecast...The River Will Rise To Near 11.9 Feet By Saturday

  Morning Then Begin A Slow Fall.

* At 12.0 Feet...Most Homes On Happiness Lane Are Accessible Only By

  Boat.

 

The Flood Warning Continues For The Ogeechee River Near Eden.

* At 9 PM Monday The Stage Was 9.8 Feet.

* Flood Stage Is 9.0 Feet.

* Minor Flooding Is Occurring.

* Forecast...The River Will Continue Rising To Near 11.6 Feet By

  Early Saturday Morning.  Additional Rises May Be Possible

  Thereafter.

* At 12.0 Feet...The Bottom Floor Of Several Homes At Morgans Bridge

  Begin To Flood. The Boat Ramp And Campground Along Dashers Landing

  Road Near Eden Are Impacted.

 

The Flood Warning Continues For The Canoochee River Near Claxton.

* At 9 PM Monday The Stage Was 12.3 Feet.

* Flood Stage Is 11.0 Feet.

* Minor Flooding Is Occurring.

* Forecast...The River Will Rise To Near 13.0 Feet By Early Thursday

  Afternoon Then Begin A Slow Fall.

* At 13.5 Feet...The Main Access Road Into Canoochee Properties...

  Hillside Road...Becomes Flooded.

 

The Flood Warning Continues For The Savannah River Near Clyo.

* At 9 PM Monday The Stage Was 12.9 Feet.

* Flood Stage Is 11.0 Feet.

* Minor Flooding Is Occurring.

* Forecast...The River Will Continue Rising To Near 13.9 Feet By

  Saturday Evening.  Additional Rises May Be Possible Thereafter.

* At 13.3 Feet...One Foot Of Water Covers Tom Goethe Road Just After

  The Pavement Ends.

 

The Flood Warning Continues For The Ogeechee River Near Midville.

* At 9 PM Monday The Stage Was 6.2 Feet.

* Flood Stage Is 6.0 Feet.

* Minor Flooding Is Occurring.

* Forecast...The River Will Rise To Near 7.2 Feet By Friday Morning

  Then Begin A Slow Fall.

* At 6.0 Feet...The Access Road Into The River Bluff In Midville

  Begins To Flood. The Lower Portion Of Johnson Road Near Herndon

  Also Becomes Covered.

 

The Flood Warning Continues For The Altamaha River At Baxley.

* Until Further Notice...Or Until The Warning Is Cancelled.

* At  9:45 PM Monday The Stage Was 74.9 Feet.

* Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Minor Flooding Is Forecast.

* Flood Stage Is 74.5 Feet.

* Forecast...The River Will Continue Rising To Near 77.2 Feet By

  Early Sunday Morning Then Begin Falling.

* Impact...At 74.5 Feet...Minor Flooding Of Timber And Agricultural

  Land Can Be Expected.

 

The Flood Warning Continues For The Satilla River At Atkinson.

* From Late Tuesday Night Until Further Notice...Or Until The Warning

  Is Cancelled.

* At  8:45 PM Monday The Stage Was 11.5 Feet.

* Minor Flooding Is Forecast.

* Flood Stage Is 13.0 Feet.

* Forecast...Rise Above Flood Stage By Early Wednesday Morning And

  Continue To Rise To Near 15.0 Feet By Early Sunday Morning.

* Impact...At 14.0 Feet...River Rock Road Begins To Experience

  Flooding Across The Road.

* Impact...At 13.0 Feet...Warner Landing...Louis Landing And Secondary

  Roads Around Koa Campgrounds Begin To Flood.

 

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