River's on the move after melt


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Water levels on the Upper Delaware peaked at nearly ten feet, at the Barryville gauge, on Wednesday morning. Unseasonably high temperatures and driving rain succeeded in melting all the ice and snow built up over several recent storms and the infamous "bomb cyclone" that attacked from the Arctic. But levels are still far from flood stage, which at Barryville is 17 feet. Pictured is the river rushing under the Roebling Bridge at Lackawaxen on Wednesday morning. (Photo by Pamela Chergotis)



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