Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #195 9/21/2009
#195 - Rainy Monday in NW Georgia (Watt Thoughts)
It continued to rain thru the night and still is this morning in LaFayette. Has come down heavy at times during the night and on my drive to work this morning. Low lying areas are covered in water, but they do seem to have it moving now.
Apparently Georgia Northwestern Technical College is closed due to it today as I got to the college 1 hour late and the doors are locked. Did get a few pictures of the flooding on campus.
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