Rain has stopped, waters still rise

    Morning, Feed readers!

    Hope you’re dry while reading this.

    The rain has finally stopped, but the threat of flooding continues.

    CBS Philly has good clickable listings via accuweather to check out conditions in your area.

    The latest for Philadelphia county reads as such:

    “About one to two and a half inches of rain has fallen. With nearly saturated soils, much of the rain is expected to runoff rather than soak into the ground. This will cause flooding in low lying and poor drainage areas as well as get small creeks and streams out of their banks.”

    Flood warnings are currently in effect until 7:45 a.m for Philadelphia, all warnings have been cancelled in New Jersey.

    SEPTA is expieriencing shut downs and delays–check before you go.

    For a handy clickable map to check the various street closures due to flooding, click here for traffic.com.

    Take care–rivers are still rising, so avoid streets by creeks and low-drainage areas.

    And in case you’re a train rider, there are Northeast Corridor delays on Amtrak due to a downed wire.

    NJ Transit says Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line trains are subject to 30 minute delays in and out of New York City.

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