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.
Get excited for Southwest Georgia’s largest fireworks display, happening this Saturday night at the Earle May Boat Basin in Bainbridge, GA! It’s part of the 4th of July celebrations in Bainbridge, “The Most Patriotic Community […]
Here’s your southwest Georgia area news roundup for Wednesday, August 31, 2016: BAINBRIDGE, GA (SOWEGALIVE) – Bainbridge and Decatur county arrest reports for Tuesday, August 30, 2016 BAINBRIDGE, GA (SOWEGALIVE) – The tropical storm in […]
According to the National Weather Service in Tallahassee, the severe weather threat for Tuesday night/Wednesday morning includes the possibility of wind gusts up to 60 MPH and tornadoes. Please stay tuned to sowegalive.com for more […]