SEATTLE — Retailers here expect business to be back to normal in the next day or so now that the roads surrounding the Greater Seattle-Tacoma area — all of which had been closed by floods the middle of last week — have reopened. The situation resulted from heavy snowfalls earlier this month, followed by uncommonly warm weather that melted the snow, creating floods that completely closed Interstate 5, the major north-south highway, plus three mountain roads east of the area — bringing ...
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