With more rains, Chatham County waters see more flooding

BY KIM HAWKS, News + Record Staff
Posted 2/27/19

After nine days of rain in Chatham county,  the Haw River and Jordan Lake filled and overflowed for the second time this year, the fourth time since the hurricanes last year. As of Feb. 26, …

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After nine days of rain in Chatham county,  the Haw River and Jordan Lake filled and overflowed for the second time this year, the fourth time since the hurricanes last year. As of Feb. 26, Jordan Lake is at a level of 228.5 feet. In January, the lake rose to a level of 232 feet.

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