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Harrisburg Weather - Susquehanna River Flood Stage & Forecast - abc27 WHTM



Flood Impacts:

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Widespread flooding occurs on both banks. The square and central business district in Harrisburg begin to be affected.

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Widespread flooding occurs on both banks.

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Widespread flooding occurs in the residential sections of Front and Second Streets and in the Shipoke area of Harrisburg.

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Green and Vaughn Streets flood.

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The residential section of Front and Second Streets in Harrisburg flood at this level. Cameron Street in Harrisburg floods due to backwater from Paxton Creek.

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Evacuations are necessary in the Shipoke area of Harrisburg. The water level reaches the corner of Keller and Front Streets.

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US 22/322 in the vicinity of the Dauphin Narrows is impacted by flood waters.

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Homes on both banks are affected by high water. This is the approximate level of Routes 11 and 15...upstream of the Market Street Bridge.

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A number of homes in West Fairview...Dauphin...and Harrisburg flood.

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Basements of residences and businesses on both banks flood. The parking lot on City Island begins to take on water.

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The recreation area of City Island is evacuated. River interests are encouraged to monitor conditions.

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The recreation area on City Island is evacuated. River interests are encouraged to monitor conditions.

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Recreational use of City Island begins to be curtailed. River interests are encouraged to monitor conditions.

(Image and information courtesy of the National Weather Service)
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