The D.C. area is once again getting hit with heavy rains and threats of flooding. A flash flood watch has been issued for parts of the area that extends until 5 a.m. Monday.
After a short hiatus, stormy weather continues for parts of the D.C. region. Storm Team 4 meteorologists Somara Theodore said severe thunderstorms are possible through the evening and floods may threaten the region through the end of the weekend.
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The Potomac River has flooded parts of the Georgetown Waterfront Tuesday and flooding conditions are expected to continue into later in the week.
The rain has stopped, but the chance for flooding hasn’t. Many rivers and streams in the D.C. area still flooding, leading to a lot of headaches on the roadways for the Monday morning commute. Roads prone to flooding in many neighborhoods may be blocked until floodwaters recede.
The flooding on May 27 overwhelmed Ellicott City’s stormwater drainage network and inundated the quaint historic district on the Patapsco River. As development continues, experts say planners must continue considering the effects on stormwater runoff in future projects across the DMV.
A Facebook post from Sheriff Erik Weaver and reports the body of 43-year-old Tasha Hardy was recovered Saturday morning.
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Ellicott City’s first official cleanup day on Sunday was interrupted again by rain. Owners and residents are now unsure if they’ll reopen and stay on Main Street, after two floods effectively wiped out their businesses and homes in two years.
The Potomac, Rappahannock and Shenandoah rivers have locations under a flood warning through the week or until further notice. Here’s what you need to know.
On Saturday, Geoff and Mark Haver found the frame and part of the face of the Ellicott City clock in the Patapsco River. Howard County police helped the Havers remove the frame from the river and took it to a storage facility.
Authorities in Albemarle County resumed their search Saturday around Ivy Creek for a person missing from a Toyota Prius swept away in flood waters. A second occupant in the Prius was found dead.
With expected rain and storms all weekend, parts of the D.C. region are seeing flood warnings and flash flood watches through Saturday night. Here’s what you need to know.
Severe storms are expected to batter the region again this weekend. A possible 2 to 4 inches of additional rain could mean flooding for the already-saturated region.