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



Flood Impacts:

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Widespread flooding on both banks affects homes...businesses...and the water and sewage plants.

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Widespread flooding occurs on both sides of the river. Many homes and businesses are affected by high water. The Wrightsville water supply is affected by flood waters.

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Widespread flooding occurs on both sides of the river. Many homes and businesses are affected.

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Numerous homes and businesses in the Columbia and Wrightsville areas are affected by high water. The Wilton Company in Wrightsville experiences problems with high water.

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A number of residences in the Wrightsville and Columbia areas begin to be affected.

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Front Street in Wrightsville floods. Low lying areas of Route 624 on the right...or west bank and along Route 441 on the left...or east bank are also affected. Riverside Recreation Area is also inundated.

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Low lying undeveloped areas on both banks are inundated. A couple of roadways are closed.

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The right...or west bank overflows. Some roadways are affected. Grofftown Road will flood.

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