In perfect storm, would D.C. have fared any better than New York?

Washington Post: A surge of water 15 feet above normal races up the Potomac River. Ten inches of rain, swelling a watershed that spans four states, steams down the iconic river. They converge at Washington. Parts of Georgetown and Alexandria disappear under 12 feet of water. The torrent pours onto the Mall, swamping the Smithsonian, threatening the National Archives and carrying raw sewage into the re The water gushes into the Metro stations at L'Enfant Plaza and Metro Center, shutting down the subway system.......

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