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Hanna Hits D.C. Area

Tropical Storm Hanna's heavy rain and wind gusts began drenching the Washington region this weekend as the storm raced through southern Virginia after making landfall in the Carolinas earlier in the day. Flash-flood warnings were issued for Arlington, Alexandria, Prince William and Fairfax.

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