Flash-flood watch until Friday a.m.
Moderate and heavy rains re-emerged around the Washington region Thursday night and caused flooding of some waterways, such as Sligo Creek and Rock Creek, the National Weather Service reported. The rains prompted flash-flood watch for the area until 6 a.m. Friday and could cause problem for the morning commute.
"Even if the rain has ended, a lot of the waterways may still stay flooded for a while," said Stephen Konarik, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service.
-- Clarence Williams
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