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Georgia Weather History for July 4th

In 1994, Tropical Storm Alberto dumped copious amounts of rain across north and central Georgia from July 3rd to 7th. More than 10 inches of rain fell with some areas even receiving more than 20 inches! In Clayton County, almost 500 people had to be evacuated from their homes while in Henry County, 300 animals had to be evacuated from a flooded animal shelter. In Monroe County, a woman survived by clinging to a tree for 10 hours after her car was swept away by flood waters.

With days of rain across the state, Tropical Storm Alberto affected 4th of July activities. In Peachtree City, for example, the fireworks were cancelled and did not take place until much later in the year.

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