Friday 2/7

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Dear Sunrise Cove Slipholders,

Currently, the lake is 3' above full pool and expected to reach unprecedented levels.

Please use caution if you chose to take your boat out. Large debris and trees have been seen floating on the lake along with other objects that could potentially cause substantial damage to you and your boat.

Thank you, Sunrise Cove Marina Management

Yeah, not only rain today and tomorrow but later in the week. I wonder if the Lake will reach McEver Road in Flowery Branch (just s. of downtown). I think records will be broken, unfortunately. Sad

Allatoona has pretty much filled up. It should be up in the parking lot by the weekend. Hopefully, West Point won't have as much debris.

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What happens in a black hole stays in a black hole.

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Maybe we will be able to launch from Genes house.

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Allatoona has pretty much filled up. It should be up in the parking lot by the weekend. Hopefully, West Point won't have as much debris.

COE must be letting the water in WestPoint flow right through, it still looks like it’s about 3ft down.

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webguy wrote:

Allatoona has pretty much filled up. It should be up in the parking lot by the weekend. Hopefully, West Point won't have as much debris.

COE must be letting the water in WestPoint flow right through, it still looks like it’s about 3ft down.

Apparently, the challenge from the Corps when letting water out of Lanier is not making flooding in Duluth, Norcross, etc worse. I think that's less a problem south of West Point.

https://www.gainesvilletimes.com/news/weather/lake-lanier-over-pool-and-rising-flood-watch-comes-hall-county/

Lake looks like about 1075.5 this morning and levelling out.

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Don't know if it matters but the article says boat ramp at VP North and Old Fed closed.

What happens in a black hole stays in a black hole.

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Don't know if it matters but the article says boat ramp at VP North and Old Fed closed.

If you saw my pic from yesterday, makes sense.
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I can't imagine having a house/dock on Allatoona. The lake is up 17ft in a week. Shok

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Just another rainy day in the Tropic of Atlanta......

What happens in a black hole stays in a black hole.

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