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A Flash Flood Warning (SAME code: FFW) is issued by the United States National Weather Service when a flash flood is imminent or occurring in the warned area. A flash flood is a sudden, violent flood after a heavy rain, or occasionally after a dam break.What is National Weather Service flood warning?
In the United States, the National Weather Service issues flood watches and warnings for large-scale, gradual river flooding. Watches are issued when flooding is possible or expected within 12–48 hours, and warnings are issued when flooding over a large area or river flooding is imminent or occurring.Is there a flood in Georgia?
Floods in Georgia can be caused by a variety of weather and related phenomena, including thunderstorms, low pressure systems, tornadoes and more. Types of flooding which can occur due to these weather conditions can range from river flooding, to urban flooding, to flash flooding, and they can develop quickly or over a longer period of time.