Flash Flood Warnings expire in north Georgia counties

Two Flash Flood Warnings encompassing north Georgia counties have expired.

The National Weather Service canceled a Flash Flood Warning in Lumpkin and Union counties just before noon on Saturday.

A Flash Flood Warning issued for areas of Rabun County and Stephens County in northeastern Georgia expired as-planned at 11:15 a.m. Surrounding areas in Franklin, Hart and Stephens counties were under Flash Flood Advisories.

Flooding is not expected to affect metro Atlanta. 

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There have been at least three to four inches of rain in the area of the Flash Flood Warning since radars detected storms producing heavy rain on Saturday morning.

The storm cell was slow-moving and dumped rain on an already saturated area.

NWS says areas likely to see impacts are near small creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses.

You can report flooding or landslides impacting roads or property to NWS by calling the Greenville-Spartanburg office at 1-800-267-8101.