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Recharged waters threat to low lying areas during upcoming hurricane season
This walking trail and picnic tables at West Bank Park in Forsyth County sit under about a foot and a half of water with the lake more than a couple of feet above full pool. - photo by Jim Dean
The rain has been good, but the approaching hurricane season could put Georgia at risk for flooding and other trouble if it continues to rain, weather experts say. “Overall, it’s been very beneficial,” said Kent Frantz, hydrologist with the National Weather Service in Peachtree City. “It has recharged the lakes, rivers and streams.