Flooding Continues

Brent Finnegan -- January 26th, 2010

Harrisonburg floodsThe flooding that started Sunday and Monday continues in some parts of Rockingham County today. The map at 511virginia.org still shows several road closures as of this morning.

Yesterday, reader Jon T. emailed us: “The Cooks Creek/Silver Lake Rd. bridge in Dayton was flooded and impassable this morning. This is an addition to Madison St. in Harrisonburg and the other ones listed by WHSV.

One Response to “Flooding Continues”

  1. The flooding is as bad as I’ve ever seen it in this area. Then again, I’ve only been living in the Valley since 1997, but still…it’s bad.

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