Three Feet High and Rising: Northeast Flood Wrecks Roads

"We gotta head for higher ground, we can't come back till the water comes down. Five feet high and risin'."
Yeah, we just mixed a De La Soul reference with a Johnny Cash reference, but hey — at least we didn't throw in They Might Be Giants. The Northeast part of our grand nation is still under water and it's wreaking havoc on the road system, to say nothing of the thousands of families forced to evacuate. This section of I-88 in New York was knocked out yesterday, and scattered rain is predicted for today. Where's a Gibbs Aquada when you really need one?

Heavy rains flood the Northeast [Yahoo! News]

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