PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. - Water rescues were conducted in Prince George's County after nearly three inches of rain fell Monday causing flash flooding along roadways.
A flash flood warning was issued for the entire Prince George's County until 7:00 p.m. and FOX 5's meteorologists believe there could be more flash flooding headed our direction Tuesday.
So far, Prince George's County Fire and EMS has responded to at least two water rescue calls.
Authorities said the first occurred at Annapolis Road and 71st Avenue in Landover Hills and the second rescue took place at Kenilworth Avenue and East-West Highway in Riverdale, where water flooded into the intersection earlier and rushed into businesses.
Prince George's County police were at the scene for traffic control. No injuries or transports have been reported.
Authorities are asking commuters not to drive their vehicles into standing or flood water.