Back-to-back storms hit central Maryland, causing extreme flooding.
Federal Emergency Management officials are stressing the importance of dam safety.
According to Bob Turk, Baltimore has seen its wettest September on record.
Widespread flooding overtakes Maryland, causing problems across the state. Now the massive cleanup is underway.
The floodwaters in some areas may have receded, but some parts of the state are still on high alert. Now, towns are turning their attention to the dangers of weak bridges and roadways.
Officials are inspecting bridges around Maryland for possible damage from flooding caused by the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee.
More than 40 roads remain closed in Anne Arundel County because of the heavy flooding that’s already left several families homeless.
The National Weather Service warns that rain from Hurricane Irene will likely cause flooding in parts of southern and central Maryland and the Eastern Shore.
Maryland officials are keeping close tabs on the track and strength of Hurricane Irene.
Heavy rains have been wreaking havoc in the Mid-Atlantic region, flooding streets, stalling cars, delaying rail and air travel and canceling outdoor events.
Police in Frederick say several intersections are closed due to flooding caused by heavy rain.
A neighborhood in Cumberland is mopping up from a flood caused by a broken water main.