- The Washington Times - Thursday, September 8, 2011

The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee, which has brought rain into the region since Monday, is causing flooding, road and building closures this morning.

The National Weather Service has issue a flood warning for the region, and the rain is expected to continue into the weekend. Rain totals range from about 8 to 10 inches.

Among the hardest hit regions are Anne Arundel, Charles, Howard and Prince George’s counties.

Charles County schools are closed.

Prince George’s officials this morning announced 13 county roads and nine state roads closed. In addition, the County Administration Building and the County Courthouse in Upper Marlboro are closed today due to flooding in Upper Marlboro.

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