Weather Service still predicting moderate flooding of the Potomac

In the most recent statement from the National Weather Service, residents living along the Potomac were warned that the river would be at levels of moderate flooding through Thursday afternoon as a result of Hurricane Sandy.  On Tuesday… Read More

Georgetown waterfront floods…again?

This week’s frequent, heavy rainfall and short but powerful thunderstorms have done more than frustrate the move-out process and put a damper on usually fun, outdoor senior week events—today, for the second time in two months, the Georgetown… Read More

Georgetown Waterfront flooding

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Georgetown waterfront floods; harbor buildings evacuated

Update: Thompson Boat Center will not be open for crew practice tomorrow, but they will be offering bike rentals and other services not on the water. The Boat Center is not affiliated with Washington Harbour. River swelling from… Read More

Flooding of C & O Canal does nearly $3 million in damage

Heavy rainfall in March that burst the C & O Canal and contributed to major flooding of the Georgetown Waterfront caused damage that will cost about $2.8 million to repair, WTOP is reporting. The estimate comes from the… Read More

Copley Flooding Causes Resident Exodus

It started small—just a noise, like rain in the heating ducts. Then it turned into a leak, then a cascade. Dubbed “Copley Flood ’07” by John Tincoff (SFS ’09), the abundance of water that burst into the fifth… Read More