Rain, melt bring minor flooding
Several waterfront sections of Alexandria and Georgetown have experienced minor flooding as the combination of rain and snow melting near the headwaters of the Potomac has sent water surging over the river banks.
In neither case has the flooding reached the point of having a serious impact on traffic, authorities on either side of the river said.
However, flooding has caused road closures in western Maryland and on the Eastern Shore.
--Ashley Halsey III
March 15, 2010; 11:23 AM ET
Categories: Advisories , Congestion , Driving , Safety , Weather , highways
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