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Final update on flooding - rivers recovering

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PROSPECT, Ohio -

Highway 203 remains under water, north of Prospect, Ohio, and there are numerous other secondary roads in Marion County that remain closed this Wednesday evening. The Scioto River is still about 1' above flood stage in this area, but it is falling.  A Flood Warning continues for Marion County.

Meanwhile, the Flood Warning will expire this evening in Lucas and Wood Counties, where the Maumee River continues to fall, and is returning back below flood stage.

All other major rivers in the area have recovered from the recent snowmelt and heavy rain.

For specifics on the Maumee River in Waterville, follow this link: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=cle&gage=wtvo1

... and for the Scioto River in Prospect, follow this one:
http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=cle&gage=prgo1

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