New England's still rainy, but an emergency management spokesman in Massachusetts says the worst of the flooding may be over in his state.
In New Hampshire, more than 600 roads are damaged, destroyed or under water.
In Maine, flooding has washed out dozens of roads and bridges.
Many dams are threatened.
The flood waters have also overwhelmed sewage systems and drowned waste water treatment plants.
Thousands of people have fled their homes.
In Massachusetts, state police say Route One north of Boston remains closed this morning.
Schools across the North Shore and Merrimack Valley as well as in the southern portion of New Hampshire also will be closed again today.
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