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    Quote Originally Posted by c6h6o3
    IRS, Justice and the National Archives remain closed. The Museums of American History and Natural History hope to have power restored and to be open sometime tomorrow. No word yet on the National Gallery of Art, which was closed today.

    DC took a big hit. And it was just a lot of heavy rain. I shudder at the thought of a true disaster.

    http://www.opm.gov/status/
    That's the Washington Metro area for you. Five years after 9/11 and we still aren't prepared for even an oversized rainstorm. Meanwhile, DHS continues to provide preparedness grants to the Dakotas.

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    I had a flodded basement, but thats it! its raing right now
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    I'll be thinking of all of you guys on the east coast. good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gay Larson
    I'll be thinking of all of you guys on the east coast. good luck
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    According to USGS, the DE river is at 207000 cu/ft sec - an all time record (records have been kept for 93 years at that location). The last previous record was 37700 cu/ft sec in 1938. :o
    The creek that runs past hit a huge record as well, the graph says it all:



    The rivers should hit max in the next 24hrs.
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