Floodwaters receding across the Hudson Valley

A day after many roads were closed and homes were flooded after an intense round of rain, the waters are finally beginning to recede and cleanup is beginning.

Click "NEXT" for how the raods and parkways have fared after the floods.

Yesterday, many major roads and parkways were impassable after the storm dropped inches of rain across the region. Today, however, most roads have reopened.

Homes and businesses were also not spared by the storm. Many basements and ground floors remain flooded, leaving the difficult task of cleaning up ahead.

Many residents say they are fed up with all this weather, having previously dealt with all this season's snow.

County Executive Rob Astorino (R-Westchester) says he plans on asking the state and federal governments for financial help after a complete accounting of damage is done.

While the cleanup is far from over, News 12 meteorologists say that there is no more rain on the foreseeable horizon.

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