Parts of Atlanta are under water. Pictures e-mailed to us from friends and coworkers showed rivers with mailboxes sticking out of them - in other words, streets - or at least what were streets before the rain hit. There wasn't a break last night when it wasn't hammering my roof or thunder wasn't rattling my windows.
It isn't a hurricane - just a continuous line of storms, one after the other, dragging across northwest Georgia, drenching the counties in their path. (Our Web producer, Jeff, couldn't get into work today without a boat. He doesn't have a boat. He's working from home as I type.)
So as we cope with closed roads, closed schools, and water everywhere, we'd like to ask those of you who've encountered severe weather: What advice do you have for people who are soaked in the Southeast?
Carl Azuz, Anchor