It was put in place following Hurricane Sandy.
The State of Emergency issued earlier this week by Frederick County Commissioners' President Blaine Young following Hurricane Sandy was rescinded Thursday morning. The commissioners voted unanimously to bring it to an end, saying that conditions have improved in the county since the storm moved out of the area, although there are still some roads closed and some people without electricity.
In a related story, the National Weather Service on Wednesday canceled the Flood Warning for the Monocacy River in Frederick, and the Potomac River at Point of Rocks. The agency says both Rivers dropped below their flood stages.