During Wednesday's heavy rains, the only creatures who seemed to be enjoying the wet weather were these geese at a pond in Lawrenceville, Ga.
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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
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Monday, June 11, 2012
After days of heavy rain, new waterways have popped up in some parts of Lawrenceville, Ga.
Rain, rain, go away! A wet weekend and a rainy Monday has caused this stream to appear in my backyard. According to the National Weather Service, approximately 1.3 inches of rain has fallen in Metro Atlanta (measured at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport) since Saturday. Today will surely add to that total. As of Monday morning, Lake Lanier was still more than six feet below summer level. At 7:15am, the level was measured at 1064.77 feet. That's 6.23 feet below a full pool of 1,071.00. Do you have photos or videos of this recent heavy rain? Upload it!
Friday, April 15, 2011
Fireworks show rained out as well.
In the last game of the homestand, the last thing the Gwinnett Braves wanted was a rain delay or a rain out. It was a Friday night and the team had a fireworks show scheduled. On top of that it was the celebration of Jackie Robinson and the team had a big promotion planned in honor with the number 42 painted on the field. But mother nature didn't care. Gwinnett was hoping to play the Charlotte Knights, who are a AAA affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. Todd Redmond was scheduled to start but this is the second time already this year that a start of his got rained out. Redmond was scheduled to start the last game in Florida during the spring camp. However, coach Dave Brundage did decide to continue with the rotation and keep Redmond in the …