PEACHTREE CITY, Ga-- 11Alive meteorologists are calling for another wet afternoon commute. It's the latest in a long stretch of rainy days.
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The National Weather Service tells 11Alive News this is the second wettest year to this point since they started taking measurements at Hartsfield-Jackson in 1929. We're at 44.06 inches, second only the record of 44.41 inches recorded in 1975.
Reaching back to the oldest data available in 1878, the National Weather Service said this is the fourth wettest year overall. (This includes Atlanta measurements before they were moved to Hartsfield-Jackson).
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