BALTIMORE (AP) — The National Weather Service is easing up on forecasts for Potomac River flooding.

The agency said Wednesday that minor flooding will occur from Point off Rocks in Frederick County to Little Falls near the border between Maryland and the District of Columbia. The highest water is expected Thursday night through Friday afternoon as the crest moves downstream.

The weather service predicts minor to moderate flooding on Potomac River tributaries including Antietam Creek, Seneca Creek and the Monocacy River.

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