Severe weather wreaked havoc on the region Monday and now more may be on the way.
Sunday proves to be one of the wettest days of 2012 after several parts of Maryland experience five to six inches of rain.
This whole miserable pattern of heavy rain and flooding doesn’t look like it’ll completely unravel until some time later this weekend or early next week.
The National Weather Service says flash floods linked to Hurricane Irene have closed roads in Baltimore and several Maryland counties.
Flash flooding shut down several streets, from Baltimore up to Philadelphia, stranding drivers who tried to make it through the standing water.
From the Carolinas through Maryland and up to New England. Emergency crews were busy Sunday rescuing drivers trapped in the rising water.