Isaac could bring heavy rain to Augusta

Sunday, Aug 26, 2012 9:22 PM
Last updated 11:19 PM
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It’s still too early to say what Isaac might do to Augusta, but there’s a chance we’ll get some rain.

Most of the wind and rain is expected well west of Georgia, but another front moving south out of the Midwest could interact with Isaac, bringing heavy rain to Augusta through Friday, said Jeff Linton, of the National Weather Service in West Columbia, S.C. Sunday night’s NWS forecast projected a 60 percent chance of rain for Tuesday.

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urright 08/27/12 - 10:50 am
Don't worry!

Pam Tucker will save us all.

seenitB4 08/27/12 - 10:56 am
Need it.

Well you need the rain so be thankful...

Sweet son
Sweet son 08/27/12 - 11:20 am
LOL: urright!

When I saw the article I immediately thought what you wrote! She will probably use the new mapping system to tell us where the sewer is overflowing. seenit is right, we can always use the rain just hope some of it falls in NE GA to help our three reservoirs on the Savannah.

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