WASHINGTON (AP) — Metro says service is operating normally following heavy rains that pelted parts of the Washington region.

Caroline Lukas, a spokeswoman for Metro, says service was suspended about 8 p.m. Sunday on the green and yellow lines between the Mt. Vernon Square and George Avenue-Petworth stations due to standing water on the tracks. Lukas says the water was removed by about midnight and service Monday was not affected.

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In northwest Washington, flooding was reported in the Bloomingdale, Adams Morgan and Mount Pleasant neighborhoods.

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The National Weather Service says Baltimore’s Inner Harbor area and Middleburg in Loudoun County, Va., saw the most rainfall over a 24-hour period from Sunday morning to Monday morning. It says 1.3 inches of rainfall was recorded in Baltimore, and 1.65 inches was recorded in Middleburg.

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