Through Sunday

Flood Watch issued for Coweta County

by Staff Reports

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. –  The National Weather Service in Peachtree City says a Flood Watch is now in effect for north and portions of central Georgia, including Coweta County, until Sunday evening.

The Flood Watch area will be mainly north of a line from Franklin to Griffin to Athens. Rainfall amounts between 3 to 4.5 inches are expected over the watch area through Sunday.

Neighboring counties also in the Flood Watch area include Troup, Spalding, Fayette, Fulton, Douglas, Carroll and Heard.

The National Weather Service forecast for today in Coweta calls for a 100 percent chance of rain with a high near 56 degrees. East winds will be 5 to 10 mph. Tonight, the same 100 percent chance of showers remains with a low around 46 degrees. Winds will switch to the northwest at 5 mph.

For your latest Newnan Weather information, click on The Newnan Times-Herald weather page:  http://www.times-herald.com/weather/ .


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