As Florence churns toward the east coast, Maryland, Virginia and D.C. have all issued states of emergency.

How will the storm affect our region, where flooding has already been a problem? And what exactly are you supposed to do during a state of emergency?


  • Chris Rodriguez Director of the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency for the District of Columbia; @DC_HSEMA
  • Russell Strickland Executive Director, Maryland Emergency Management Agency; @MDMEMA

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