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Georgia Floods (2009)

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  • Beryl Strengthens Slightly Over Coastal Carolina

    Beryl Strengthens Slightly Over Coastal Carolina
    Two days after slamming into northeast Florida, Beryl -- slightly strengthened but still a tropical depression -- prepared to re-enter the Atlantic on Wednesday, spreading heavy rain and blustery winds along the coast of the Carolinas.
  • Beryl makes landfall in north Florida

    Beryl makes landfall in north Florida
    Tropical Storm Beryl threatened to wipe out Memorial Day festivities across north Florida and south Georgia as it pelted the region with heavy rain and near hurricane-force winds early Monday, forecasters said. The storm swirled ashore near...

    Weakened Beryl still dumping rain on Southeast

    Weakened Beryl still dumping rain on Southeast
     A weakened Tropical Depression Beryl was soaking parts of Florida and Georgia on Monday, leaving thousands in the dark and hindering Memorial Day activities.   A tropical storm warning for a large swath of the southeastern Atlantic Coast was canceled...

    Nissan Offers Employee Pricing to Storm Victims

    Nissan announced it is offering employee pricing discounts and delayed car payments to victims of the recent tornado and flooding in the Southeast. Consumers who live in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas and Kentucky and who can show...

    Where was the heaviest rain in Deep South?

    Heavy and persistent rains have swamped many sections of the Deep South in recent weeks. It has erased longstanding drought in many spots, but replaced it with terrible flooding that has caused numerous deaths - at least seven in Georgia...