Hurricane Michael hit Georgia as a major Category 3 hurricane on October 10, with winds of up to 115 mph. Michael was the first Category 3 storm to hit Georgia since the 1800s. McDonough and surrounding areas, on the northern half of Georgia, saw 7.68 inches of rain in a matter of hours, leaving flooding and devastation in the area.
Due to the severity of the storm, at least 100,000 people in Georgia lost power; extreme winds knocked down trees and branches, leading the National Weather Service to advise on Twitter: “As Michael moves farther inland into Georgia and areas less familiar with extreme winds, trees become a clear and present danger. Minimize your risk in single story homes by staying in interior rooms away from large trees and overhanging branches.”
If your home was affected by Hurricane Michael, take a look at our helpful infographic before re-entering your home.
If you find your home was damaged by the storm, call Restoration 1 of McDonough at (770) 468-0400 . Our team of experts knows exactly how to deal with water damage and will be ready to help you in this time of need.
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