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Posted at 01:30 PM ET, 09/09/2011

Flood photos from Northern Virginia


Four mile run in Shirlington Thursday ( Brendan Lilly )
Rainfall rates Thursday were incredible at times, as high as 2-4” per hour, leading to widespread flooding in northern Virginia, particularly Fairfax county. This post contains a sampling of photos from throughout the region, submitted by Capital Weather Gang blog readers, contributors, Facebook fans, and Twitter followers.


Flooded garage in Alexandria Thursday. ( Brendan Lilly )


Flood in an Annandale backyard off Hummer Road Thursday. (Mary-Rose Duncan Amos via Facebook )

One to two inches of mud deposited on road in wake of flooding in Alexandria Thursday night. ( Brendan Lilly )

Strayer University in Alexandria at 8 p.m. Thursday (Stephen Rawls via Facebook )

Four Mile Run Thursday. ( Brendan Lilly )

Water near the height of the home run fence and well up the bleachers at baseball field in McLean. (McLean Little League)

High water at Pickett Road and Old Lee Highway in Fairfax Thursday. ( @bethb324 via Twitter)

Flooded playground in Fairfax, near George Mason University Thursday . (Rich C via email)

Waples Mill Road in Oakton Thursday. (Kevin Ambrose, CWG photographer)

Hunter Mill Road at noon Friday,near Reston. (Kevin Ambrose, CWG photographer)

Flooding along Kriby Road in McLean Thursday. ( Brendan Lilly )

Along Rt. 205 in Westmoreland county, Va. Thursday (northern neck of Va.) (Karyl-Lynne Tirk (via Facebook) )
Related: Washington Post photo gallery | Submit/view storm pics from Washington Post readers

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