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Storms produce flooding in parts of metro Atlanta

ATLANTA (CBS46) -

Showers and thunderstorms moved through metro Atlanta Tuesday producing some flooding in some locations.

No flash flood warnings were issued during the storms, but minor flooding of roadways occurred due to up to 4 inches of rain falling just south of I-285 in south Fulton County.

In addition, water rose to cover half a fence near a man's home in College Park.

Several severe thunderstorm warnings were issued Tuesday afternoon as the storms moved across metro Atlanta and east Georgia. There were some reports of minor wind damage due to the strong storms.

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