Northern Virginia woke up to heavy rain and wind from Tropical Storm Isaias, with dangerous roads for some and power outages across parts of the area.
Dominion Energy was reporting, nearly 4,500 without power at 10 a.m. Most of those customers were in the Fairfax County.
The Stafford County Sheriff's Office said a driver and their occupants had to be rescued from their car on Harrell Road this morning after the vehicle became trapped.
A flood warning has been issued through 1 p.m. for Fairfax, Arlington and Alexandria.
Northern Virginia remains under a tropical storm warning, with flooding as the primary concern for most of the area.
The warning area includes all of the region, with the exception of Loudoun and Fauquier counties. A flash flood watch has been issued for all of Northern Virginia.
An additional 2-4 inches of rain is expected in the region. The Chesapeake Bay and tidal Potomac River could see a storm surge of up to 2 feet.
The flash flood watch is for the entire region until 11 p.m. Tuesday.
Virginia State Parks in the area are closed Tuesday due to the storm. Reopening Wednesday will be based on conditions, officials said.
Some trash collection in the region has been suspended Tuesday due to the storm. Check with your provider.