River Levels after Nate remain low in Macon

The Ocmulgee River is expected to rise thanks to heavy rains from Nate. Jennifer Munoz/WGXA

MACON, Ga. -- River levels on the Ocmulgee River remain low even after storms Sunday afternoon.

According to National Weather Service the river levels are at 6 ft.

Later this week the river levels are expected to hit 9 ft. because of all the water that will flow down from rain fall in North Georgia.

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