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    Cynthia Faram
    There is flooding in Fairfield and Bridgeport.

    Flood forecasts are coming in from the National Weather Service for our area from yesterday's deluge.

    The forecasts for area rivers and creeks are listed below with the flood stage, the time at which the water is expected to reach its peak height and what that crest level will be.

    Most flood deaths occur in automobiles, according to the National Weather Service which advises: Never drive your vehicle into areas where the water covers the roadway. Flood waters are usually deeper than they appear and just one foot of flowing water is enough to sweep vehicles off the road.

    Body of Water Flood Stage Expected Crest Time
    Rancocas Creek, Pemberton, Burlco, NJ 2.5 Feet 3.1 Feet Thur 8 p.m.
    Assunpink Creek, Trenton, Mercer Co, NJ 8.5 Feet 11.7 Feet Thur 6 a.m.
    Neshaminy Creek, Langhorne, Bucks Co, Pa. 9.0 Feet 14.7 Feet Thur 4 a.m.
    Perkiomen Creek, Graterford, Montco, Pa. 11.0 Feet 15.07 Feet Thur 3 a.m.
    Schuylkill River, Norristown, Montco, Pa. 13.0 Feet 20.8 Feet Thur 2 a.m.
    Schuylkill River, Pottstown, Montco, Pa. 12.5 Feet 13.5 Feet Thur 10 a.m.
    Schuylkill River, Philadelphia, Pa. 11.0 Feet 13.8 Feet Thur 8 a.m.
    Brandywine Creek, Chadds Ford, Chester Co, Pa. 9.0 Feet 16.0 Feet Thur 5 a.m.
    Brandywine Creek, Wilmington, New Castle Co, Del 16.5 Feet 19.8 Feet Thur 8 a.m.
    Red Clay Creek, Wooddale, New Castle Co, Del 7.0 Feet 8.7 Feet Thur 2 a.m.
    Brandywine Creek, Downingtown, Chester Co, Pa. 7.0 Feet 12.43 Feet Thur 12 a.m.
    Chester Creek, Chester, Delaware Co, Pa. 8.0 Feet 13.3 Feet Wed 11 p.m.