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Alabama Power Issues Warning About Heavy Rain

The National Weather Service is forecasting heavy rainfall across the state today and into Saturday, with a heavy concentration of that rainfall predicted to impact Alabama Power reservoirs. 

As a result, flood control operations, including spill-gate operations at certain dams along the Coosa and Tallapoosa reservoirs, should be expected. Lake levels could rise as a result of those flood control operations.

Alabama Power will closely monitor conditions on the lakes and manage the resources carefully. Individuals with boats and other water-related equipment and facilities should always be alert to changing conditions on Alabama Power reservoirs and be prepared to take the necessary steps to protect their property.

For more information about Alabama Power lakes, please visit https://lakes.alabamapower.com or call 1-800-LAKES11 (1-800-525-3711).

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