Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

More rain, more flooding forecast for Fairfax

More rain, more flooding forecast for Fairfax

Original post from 12:05 p.m. Flood stage is 11 feet.

You can see live weather updates via the National Weather Service and other Twitter sources below.

The crest compares to a crest of 14.4 feet in February 2008.

Rain has been intermittently falling across Maryland since Sunday, and it's expected to continue through the weekend. "There will be more intermittent, more shower-y storms", he said.

"Wednesday and Thursday don't look so bad".

Be sure to download the StormTeam 10 app for the latest radar, alerts and forecast details. Forecasters expect an overall rainfall total of three to five inches.

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He did not anticipate river flooding to be an issue this week. Flash flooding can impact parts of the island that don't typically experience tidal flooding.

MARC train service from West Virginia and Brunswick stations were suspended Thursday due to damage on the rail lines caused by weather, the Maryland Transit Administration said.

The Schuylkill is forecast to come within a half foot of flood stage at both Philadelphia and Norristown.

Three features are primarily responsible for the heavy rain threat into Saturday.

There's a front stalled over the DC area and it's pulling in moisture from the Gulf of Mexico.

12 inches of water can float a small vehicle.

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