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Posted at 3:06 PM ET, 03/ 9/2011

Advisory issued for Upper Potomac River

By Washington Post staff

The Maryland Natural Resources Police announced Wednesday that an advisory has been issued for the entire main stem of the Upper Potomac River from Cumberland to Little Falls from Wednesday through Friday because of hazardous river levels.

Boating and other recreational use of the Upper Potomac River, including its creeks and streams, should be avoided.

The Upper Potomac River is that portion of the Potomac and its tributaries above the Maryland/District of Columbia boundary near Little Falls.

For more of the latest information on Potomac River conditions between Cumberland and Little Falls, call the National Weather Service at 703-996-2200.

By Washington Post staff  | March 9, 2011; 3:06 PM ET
Categories:  Weather  
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