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Radical change

Water levels fluctuated wildly on Tuesday morning as Tropical Storm Isaias swept through the area. In the top photo of a dock off a tributary of the Severn River in lower Gloucester, the water is lapping over the dock; and that was taken two hours before high tide (around 8:15 a.m.). Less than two hours later (bottom photo), the water had been sucked from Butler Creek as the storm left the area, causing a radical change in water levels.

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