D.C., Prince George's County road closures forced by flooding, standing water

      Several roads in the District and Prince George's County have been closed due to high standing water.

      The National Weather Service is reporting that at least a portion of the Capital Beltway near the US-50 interchange in Prince George's County is flooded.

      Affected roadways in D.C. include the 9th Street Tunnel ramp to 6th Street NW, the HOV lane on the inbound 14th Street Bridge and the intersection of 9th Street and Constitution Avenue NW.

      DDOT is also saying that the southbound 9th Street Tunnel is closed at Independence Avenue SE due to flooding.

      The Prince George's County Department of Public Works & Transportation is reporting the following County roads closed currently. This list does not include roadways where high water warning signs have been placed.

      Sunnyside Avenue @ Edmonston Road, Beltsville 6700 Glenn Dale Road, Glenn Dale Old Baltimore Avenue @ Edmonston Road, Beltsville Sweitzer Lane @ Van Dusen Road, Laurel Croom Station Road @ the bridges in from both directions, Upper Marlboro Governor Bridge Road, Bowie Brock Bridge Road, Laurel Contee Road @ Mayfair Drive, Laurel Van Dusen Road @ Old Gunpowder Road, Laurel Sweitzer Lane @ Van Dusen, Laurel South Springfield Road @ Accokeek Road, Clinton 11700 block of Brandywine Road, Brandywine.

      The State Highway Administration is reporting the following high water:

      Water Street, Upper Marlboro Indian Head Highway (210)Service Road