Severe storms slammed metro Atlanta Sunday morning, washing out roads and knocking down trees. Upload your photos here or send them to email@example.com
Heavy rain throughout much of metro Atlanta resulted in flooding Sunday morning. Several roads around the metro are blocked and should be avoided.
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More than four inches of heavy rains the metro over the weekend causing trees to fall and widespread flooding across the metro area.
Falling oak stops traffic and knocks out power in Midtown.
Crews with 11Alive News found trees down on Cahaba Drive, Harwell Road, Rock Springs Road NE and Charlotte Place NW in Atlanta.
The tree that fell onto his house Friday had been on neighboring property that he says is owned by the City of Atlanta.
Atlanta is among the top ten cities across the nation where homes are most likely to be hit by a tornado.
It only takes a few moments for Mother Nature to wreck havoc on everything in sight. And, Georgians know that first hand.
It was on this day two years ago, when Mother Nature unleashed the largest outbreak of tornadoes ever recorded -- 358 tornadoes touched down in the US killing 348 people, including 16 in Georgia.
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The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1st through November 30th.
Last updated at: 5/20/2013 4:04:52 AM ET
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