The average annual rainfall for the state is 49.89", though the rainfall is varied across Georgia. It ranges from a low of about 45 inches near Mt. Vernon, GA in Montgomery County to a high of over 80" in isolated mountainous areas in the northeast portion of the state.

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The 24-hour precipitation record for the state of Georgia was set back on July 6, 1994 when 21.10" of rain was observed in Americus, GA (Sumter County). The record annual rainfall total was 122.16" in Flat Top, GA (Rabun County) back in 1959.