Catastrophic flooding in Georgia submerges cars after heavy rainfall
Heavy rainfall in northwest Georgia turned roads into rivers and submerged cars early Sunday.
Parts of Chattooga and Floyd counties were under flash flood emergencies and flash flood warnings as rain inundated the area, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.
Southern Chattooga County has seen more than 10 inches of rain in just a matter of hours, FOX5 Atlanta meteorologist Ryan Beesley tweeted.
Roads were flooded, swamping multiple vehicles and a home, according to images shared by the station.