PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Torrential downpours swept across the region making the Monday morning commute treacherous for commuters.
PennDOT says they have numerous reports of commuters being affected due to weather-related problems.READ MORE: Philadelphia Weather: Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Much Of Delaware Valley
Closed: Ramp from 476 South to 76 East.
On the 2600 block of Philmont Avenue in Lower Moreland Township in Montgomery County, there is a car in the water with a person trapped in the vehicle.
Hazardous road conditions are being reported for East Lafayette and Walnut Streets in Norristown.
There is also a left lane blocked in South Philadelphia on 26th Street in the northbound direction approaching I-76.
At Philadelphia Pike and Seminole Avenue there is high water by the Waterfall Banquet Hall.
In West Chester, Mayor Dianne Herrin reported several cars were abandoned due to flood waters.
A flood warning has been issued for Northeastern Philadelphia County in southeastern Pennsylvania until 10:45 a.m.
A flood warning has been issued for Bucks County in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Whitemarsh Township is experiencing hazardous road conditions due to heavy rains and flooding.
In Delaware, the Delaware Department of Transportation has cautioned motorists of flooding on roadways and are monitoring the heavy rain and flooding.
New Castle County
I-495 Southbound at Yale Avenue: Accident with two right lanes closed due to flooding.READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: How Much Will Your Monthly Check Be?
I-495 SB at Exit #5: Accident with two right lanes blocked.
Philadelphia Pike and Avenue: High water by the Waterfall Banquet Hall.
Silverside Road and Marsh Road: High water.
I-95 Northbound and Naamans Road: Water on roadway and Ramp Closed.
Chestnut Street and Marsh Road: Water over the guardrail.
Pyles Lane and Pigeon Point Road: Water on the road.
Stoney Batter Road And Mill Creek Road: Water on the road.
Deer Trail Road and Velvet Antler Drive: Water on the road.
SR 24 and Holly Lake Road: Tree down on a vehicle.
Woodland Road and Penn Avenue: Tree in the roadway.
In Cherry Hill, Route 38 is closed in both directions from Chapel to Cuthbert Boulevard due to flooding.
Atlantic City Expressway in Hamilton Township: Accident has the left lane closed.
The National Weather Service in Mount Holly, N.J. has issued a flood warning for the following areas:
Ocean County in southern New Jersey.
Morris County in northern New Jersey.
Hunterdon County in northwestern New Jersey.
Southwestern Warren County in northwestern New Jersey.
Mercer County in central New Jersey.
Burlington County in southern New Jersey.
Somerset County in northern New Jersey.
Middlesex County in northern New Jersey.MORE NEWS: DA Larry Krasner Says Office Is Committed To Cracking Down On Illegal ATV, Dirt Bike Riders In Philadelphia
Monmouth County in central New Jersey.