According to the National Weather Service, the line of storms that caused significant damage in Albany is likely the same strand that left four dead in Houston County, Alabama and caused significant damage in Early County, Georgia. In these photos, you can see multiple irrigation pivots flipped and trees on homes in the Early County area.
The Albany Herald is reporting that Doughtery County and Albany officials have declared a state of emergency and implemented a 7am-7pm curfew until crews can restore power and clear roadways.
Here’s your southwest Georgia area news roundup for Monday, February 6, 2017: BAINBRIDGE, GA (SOWEGALIVE) – Bainbridge and Decatur County arrest reports for Friday, February 3, 2017 BAINBRIDGE, GA (SOWEGALIVE) – According to the National Weather […]
The National Weather Service is predicting that parts of south Georgia will feel the effects of Hurricane Matthew, but at this time, it is expected to be limited to the eastern portion of the state. […]
The National Weather Service in Tallahassee is predicting more rain this week. Here’s the detailed forecast: Today Mostly sunny, with a high near 78. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph. Tonight Mostly clear, with a […]