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(Washington, DC)  —  Although the heavy rain has ended, the chance of rising water remains throughout the DC area today.  Montgomery County Fire and Rescue says while the Potomac River at Great Falls remains below the flood stage of ten-feet, the river could overflow this morning and firefighters are prepared to respond to flood-related emergencies.  In low lying areas of Northern Virginia, like Old Town Alexandria, visitors and residents saw waters rise a couple of feet during the late-night high tide as city contracted tow trucks moved vehicles to higher ground.  Meanwhile, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley has declared a state of emergency.  That means he can now call on the Maryland National Guard if necessary.

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