Officials in and around the District are still watching water levels closely after Hurricane Sandy, as inches of rain and melting snow from the areas around the river's headwaters make their way down to the D.C. area.
Officials along the Delmarva coast are still assessing the situation after Hurricane Sandy before giving the all clear for residents and others to return to their homes. Several major area roads have been reopened.
The D.C. area has weathered the worst part of Hurricane Sandy, and today utility crews and local governments begin the cleanup as they watch water levels closely, especially in low-lying and coastal areas.
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