America’s summer of floods continues! A flash flood emergency in northwestern Georgia is at least a 1-in-200 year event – And more is coming


After more than 5 1-in-1000 flood events in August 2022, now rainfall in parts of northwest Georgia Sunday has been so heavy, that weather specialists estimate it is at least a one-in-200 year event. Stop the weather warfare!

Flooding emergency northern Georgia September 2022
A 1-in-200 rainfall event: Flooding emergency across northern Georgia in September 2022

Portions of Chattooga and Floyd counties have received 10-13 inches, with more rain coming. These amounts have resulted in catastrophic flash flooding and a Flash Flood Emergency continues in that area,” the National Weather Service office in Atlanta said Sunday.

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Rainfall of as much as 2 inches an hour are possible into Sunday evening, the weather service said, and more is expected into Tuesday.

Due to the “locally extreme rainfall” and additional rain forecast, the Weather Prediction Center upgraded to a level 3 out of 4 “moderate” risk for excessive rainfall Sunday afternoon through early Monday morning.

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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp issued a state of emergency order Sunday afternoon for severe flooding in Chattooga and Floyd counties. An estimated foot of rain in some places is expected to cause rivers to rapidly rise, according to the order.

“Preliminary assessments from county emergency management agencies and the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency indicate a need for assistance in the impacted counties,” the order read.


The area, including Summerville, Lyerly and the James H. Floyd State Park, is under a flash flood emergency warning Sunday.

“This is a PARTICULARLY DANGEROUS SITUATION. SEEK HIGHER GROUND NOW! Life threatening flash flooding of low water crossings, small creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses,” the warning from the weather service said.

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Jennifer Hurley, who has a salon in downtown Summerville, said it took her hours to get to her business because of flooding downtown. Her salon was among the businesses flooded in the town.

The Chattooga County Emergency Management Agency said more rain may be coming and urged residents not to venture out.

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“We are expecting at least 2 more inches of rain today and we are asking everyone to PLEASE stay home and do not travel unless absolutely necessary,” the agency said on Facebook.

What ‘1-in-1,000-year’ means?

The term “1-in-1,000-year” rainfall event or flood event may sound like something that is only forecast to occur once every thousand years and that once you experience such an event, you’d expect to be in the clear until the year 3022.

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That’s not quite how it works. Instead, that term is given to an event that forecasters deem only to have a 0.1% chance of occurring in any given year – a 1 in 1,000 chance. An 0.5% chance is deemed a “1-in-500-year” event, while a 1% chance is a “1-in-100-year” event, and so forth.

Rare 1,000-year rain events keep adding up in the US. At least 6 of them have happened in the U.S. in 2022
Definition of 1 in 1,000-year rain events

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office of Water Prediction oversees researching historical rainfall events across the nation to classify how much rain needs to fall within certain periods (such as an hour, several hours, or days) relative to their climate averages to reach each probability threshold. For example, it took far less rain in Death Valley (just under 1.5 inches) than St. Louis (over 9 inches) to reach the 0.1% probability threshold.

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  1. yea, but you still have the govts of the world playing weatherman too. US DOD has patents on weather manipulation, and it is no secret, deep state wants a civil war. Then you have farmer Bill Gates and Soros owning almost all the growing/farm land in the US, what do you really think is going on. You don’t have to be real smart to know…

    • The patents are there to support the Geoengineering Hoax. The perpetrators covered all bases. Most likely a certain alphabet soup agency. The Governments of the world are terrified of the Sri Lanka symptom spreading. Their control over man involves keeping thing calm and normal looking. How would upsetting people out of their comfort zone help keep them under control? Even if they had the technology. Which they don’t.

  2. Well, no drought there at least. That’s why I live on high mountains. When there’s flash flooding (like a couple of weeks ago), I am not in danger. Then I’ve trenched and bermed around my property. 8′ deep trench behind 6′ berm, behind barbed wire. Keeps everything away from my property, especially dirtbags. It’s a good fire break too, even though we are mainly buffalo grass and juniper/cedar. We never have fire danger. Fricken tumbleweeds are main pain in the ass out here. Bear and mountain lion can be a problem, but that’s why firearms are good.

  3. Does anyone else remember the massive flooding about 3, 4, even 5 years ago? The Upper Midwest was targeted and whole towns were wiped off the map and across the country it wasn’t even a blip on the radar. WTH?? I guess that is old news and nobody wants to remember but I do. Of course it was going on when California was hit with all the DEW fires and that was what was all over the news and the floods were ignored. SSDY

  4. When the Sun puts out less energy and Earth’s atmosphere starts cooling, it starts shrinking. While shrinking it wrong out excess moisture. Now wait till the Winter … Snow up to yo asses.

    • Who knows? The Wobble makes it unpredictable. No excess moisture in Europe or the SW USA, or China right now. Appears Iran, Kentucky, Illinois and Georgia getting it all. Oh, let’s not forget Texas a couple weeks back. Death Valley. Weather App on phone constantly changing. A couple of years ago, it was pretty solid for a week or two. The Wobble messes up their charts. Not the Sun. Although NASA and others try to blame it on that.

  5. The calculations are off. They fail to admit the increasing Earth Wobble. A friend of mine who lives in Indiana was listening to Accuweather on the radio a couple of years ago. The forcaster stated ” Because of the Earth Wobble”, then silence. When he started speaking again, he changes the subject. Had an oops moment. If a person pays attention, they slip up now and then.

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