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Forecast has N.E. bracing for flood

Two-day storm may bring region 3-6 inches of rain

Water Row in Sudbury was still closed yesterday from previous flooding. With more rain expected, Governor Deval Patrick said emergency officials would keep close watch on several rivers in the eastern part of the state, including the Merrimack, Sudbury, Shawsheen, and Concord rivers. Water Row in Sudbury was still closed yesterday from previous flooding. With more rain expected, Governor Deval Patrick said emergency officials would keep close watch on several rivers in the eastern part of the state, including the Merrimack, Sudbury, Shawsheen, and Concord rivers. (Suzanne Kreiter/ Globe Staff)
By Travis Andersen and Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / March 29, 2010

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With many deluged communities still drying out from recent damaging floods, the region braced for another burst of heavy rainfall today that could push swollen rivers over their banks for the third time this month. (Full article: 630 words)

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