Coastal flooding is as soon as once more difficult companies in Annapolis. Rain and powerful winds introduced flooding to the realm Friday morning.”See this water right here? Look at how excessive that’s. It’s method up there. You cannot even see the sidewalk,” Annapolis Department of Public Works official Kevin Brown stated.He’s been on the entrance traces of flooding at City Dock for a very long time.”This is just not the worst one. (Hurricane) Isabel was the worst one,” he stated.Brown helps hand out sandbags earlier than the water rises. He additionally helps clear up the muck left behind when the water recedes. “It’s not that dangerous. When the water goes down, you will get to it higher,” he stated. “Not that dangerous” is how lots of the locals aware of this flood-prone space described the scene on Friday. “It’s Annapolis. People have been coping with it for a whole bunch of years,” Jim Morrison of Annapolis Custom Gifts stated.Just earlier than 1 p.m., Storm Brothers Ice Cream was dry, clear and open for enterprise.Meanwhile, contractors had been again inside Bitty and Beau’s Coffee, working to reopen from the large flood again in January.Some enterprise homeowners are so used to it, they’ve a plan. Kate Wilkerson crossed her fingers whereas opening the entrance door of Annapolis Marine Art Gallery.”It’s dry inside, it is dry inside,” she stated. “Every single time this occurs, we simply put our plan in movement. As lengthy as we have now discover from town, we all know that we have to choose up all of our artwork and transfer it. That’s our first precedence.”Though Prince George’s Street stays underwater, by about 3 p.m., water had receded sufficient for the City Dock car parking zone to reopen.Business homeowners stated they’re shifting on and searching ahead to a busy weekend of occasions.

Coastal flooding is as soon as once more difficult companies in Annapolis.

Rain and powerful winds introduced flooding to the realm Friday morning.

“See this water right here? Look at how excessive that’s. It’s method up there. You cannot even see the sidewalk,” Annapolis Department of Public Works official Kevin Brown stated.

He’s been on the entrance traces of flooding at City Dock for a very long time.

“This is just not the worst one. (Hurricane) Isabel was the worst one,” he stated.

Brown helps hand out sandbags earlier than the water rises. He additionally helps clear up the muck left behind when the water recedes.

“It’s not that dangerous. When the water goes down, you will get to it higher,” he stated.

“Not that dangerous” is how lots of the locals aware of this flood-prone space described the scene on Friday.

“It’s Annapolis. People have been coping with it for a whole bunch of years,” Jim Morrison of Annapolis Custom Gifts stated.

Just earlier than 1 p.m., Storm Brothers Ice Cream was dry, clear and open for enterprise.

Meanwhile, contractors had been again inside Bitty and Beau’s Coffee, working to reopen from the large flood again in January.

Some enterprise homeowners are so used to it, they’ve a plan. Kate Wilkerson crossed her fingers whereas opening the entrance door of Annapolis Marine Art Gallery.

“It’s dry inside, it is dry inside,” she stated. “Every single time this occurs, we simply put our plan in movement. As lengthy as we have now discover from town, we all know that we have to choose up all of our artwork and transfer it. That’s our first precedence.”

Though Prince George’s Street stays underwater, by about 3 p.m., water had receded sufficient for the City Dock car parking zone to reopen.

Business homeowners stated they’re shifting on and searching ahead to a busy weekend of occasions.