There have been few problems so far following days of heavy rain in Jackson County and most of North Georgia. Most of North Georgia is under a flood and flash flood warning.
Jackson County EMS Director Steve Nichols said Monday morning that Cooper Bridge Road had been closed due to flooding, but that most other areas appear to be OK.
"The rivers and creeks look fairly good, considering," he said.
Rainfall since Sept. 12 in Jackson County ranges from 3-4 inches for most of the county up to 8-10 inches in North Jackson.
The Middle Oconee River was just at 11.2 ft. early Monday morning, far below its 16 ft. flood stage.
The National Weather Service said that the forecast for Monday was for more rain across North Georgia with some storms producing up to 2 inches of rain per hour in some areas.