Posted at 01:40 PM ET, 11/12/2009

Rain totals adding up, especially in southeast Va.

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Rain, courtesy the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida, has paused for some areas north and west of D.C., but is likely to start back up again for most everyone in the metro area later today and tonight. As of 1 p.m., rain had been reported at Reagan National Airport every hour since 2 a.m. yesterday morning.

Rain totals since the storm began late Tuesday night through 1 p.m. today are substantial at Reagan National (1.40"), Dulles (1.33"), BWI (1.16") and Andrews Air Force Base (1.61"). Southern Maryland has seen a bit more, with 2 to 3 inches reported.

Totals are downright impressive in Southeast Viginia, already nearing 7 inches in some locations Through 12 p.m. today: Newport News (6.76"), Hampton (6.40"), Norfolk (4.73"), Richmond (3.01"). Meanwhile, wind gusts across the same area have reached near and over 60 mph.

A state of emergency remains in effect in Virginia, where flooding is a threat through Friday. See below for flood video from Newport News.

By  |  01:40 PM ET, 11/12/2009

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