The potential for more heavy rain Tuesday prompted a new flash flood watch for Middle Georgia.
The National Weather Service expects another 1 to 3 inches of rain possible between noon and 11 p.m. Tuesday.
With saturated ground, all that water will run off into roads, streams and creeks which could trigger flash flooding.
Remember, never go through rushing water as your vehicle could be swept away and the road could be compromised underneath.
Runoff resulted in flooding in Cochran late Monday afternoon and evening.
Just south of Thomaston at about 10 p.m., a creek flooded in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, blocking Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Walton Street.
Between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Monday, Macon received .72 of an inch or rain, with most of that falling in one hour.
The Ocmulgee River is expected to remain below flood stage of 18 feet this week.
The Oconee River in Milledgeville rapidly rose nearly 10 feet Monday to 21.29 feet at 11 p.m.
At that level, water rises to the top of the boat ramp near the Ga. 22 bridge and submerges the flood plain, but the river dramatically dropped overnight to 15.1 feet as of 4:30 a.m. Tuesday.