Dave Tilden, Maryland, Springfield discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
And weather on the Eights Dave deal dying What's going on? Mostly good in Maryland on the inner loop of the Beltway, the usual slow down from 3 55 past Connecticut Avenue to 70 brief North bound delays, mostly in Frederick County in Glen Burnie. It was a serious crash, though westbound Route 100 traffic was at one point stopped for the investigation before I 97 at that point just before The exit for Quarterfield Road, no delays on Route 50 through buoy and Annapolis or to and from the Bay Bridge, Southern Maryland. Some road closures will remain in place for a while from the tropical storm flooding earlier this week that includes part of Route five and Mechanicsville near ST Clement's Creek and Route six east of Route five, as well as Brandywine wrote Swanson Creek near the Charles ST Mary's County line, also in Kensington. From last night's heavy rain, a portion of beach drive low lying as it is remains blocked between Kensington Parkway and Connecticut Avenue. In Virginia. Traffic on the outer loop got drenched, and it's still slow from 66 into Annandale toward 2 36 on the dryer pavement, but in more delays toward the Springfield interchange after the ramp that goes to 95 following the outer loop through Springfield, getting by a trail of furniture, debris zigzagging mostly now getting by to the left. South bound on 28 near Braddock Road in 66 had one stalled in the center lane and had Bennett Road in Herndon blocked midway between Fox Mill Road West Ox Road because of downed wires, traffic brought to you by Navy Federal Credit Union proud to serve members to the armed forces, Dodie veterans and their families. Their members are the mission. Learn more Navy federal dot org's Dave Tilden doubled your GOP traffic. Amelia's got The forecast is storm team for weather alert mode on this Thursday afternoon with a flash flood watch in effect for the entire region. Through 6 a.m. On Friday. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be slow moving and produce.