Flooding rains moving into Pennsylvania, New Jersey

    Because it’s March and there’s no more snow (we had a deal, Phil), we need something to obsess over. Abusive priests, school budgets and the duck boat report are kind of a downer.

    Floods; however, are just the naturally occurring inconvenience our region needs for a little pick-me-up.

     

    NBC10 is all over this, with a timeline of the rain and subsequent floods. What should we expect? Flooding. Maybe.

    Philadelphia, Delaware, Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties could see some flooding from the river. Neshaminy Creek in Langhorne, Pa.; Brandywine Creek in Chadds Ford, Pa.; Perkiomen Creek in Graterford, Pa.; and North Branch of the Rancocas Creek in Pemberton, N.J. are expected to flood a bit, as well.

    Spring is close, we swear.

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