Update at 4:45 p.m. — The closed section of road has reopened.
As if the construction along S. Joyce Street weren’t enough of a headache, this morning there’s another obstacle for drivers on that stretch of road. The storms last night (Thursday) have flooded part of the street and it’s shut down.
The closure is in place from Columbia Pike to Army Navy Drive. Drivers should find alternate routes, and are reminded not to attempt driving through high water.
There’s no word on how long Joyce Street will remain closed. It could be a while, however, considering more storms are predicted for today, according to the Capital Weather Gang.
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