ACT River Conditions
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Flowing through the heart of the state, the Alabama River forms at the confluence of the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers. It eventually joins the Tombigbee River and forms the Mobile River.
The Coosa River is born in northwestern Georgia and flows southwest along the valleys of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Cumberland Plateau into Alabama. It joins the Tallapoosa to form the Alabama River.
The Tallapoosa River originates 40 miles west of Atlanta and flows southwesterly into Alabama. It joins the Coosa River near Wetumpka where the two become the Alabama River.