8:40 A.M. Update:
The disabled vehicle has been cleared and the outer loop lane reopened before Colesville Road.
The accident on I-270 South at Father Hurley Boulevard has been fully cleared and all of the shoulders reopened.
8:20 A.M. Update:
A disabled vehicle is blocking one outer loop lane before Colesville Road.
8:10 A.M. Update:
The accident on I-270 South at Father Hurley Boulevard is now only blocking both southbound shoulders and one of the northbound shoulders. The northbound lane has reopened.
8 A.M. Update:
An accident on I-270 South at Father Hurley Boulevard is blocking both southbound shoulders, one northbound lane and one of the northbound shoulders.
7:45 A.M. Update:
I-395 North is pretty snarled around the 14th Street Bridge and at Washington Boulevard.
7:35 A.M. Update:
An accident on the inner loop of the Beltway at Braddock Road is blocking the right shoulder and could cause delays there.
7:20 A.M. Update:
The disabled vehicle on the outer loop of the Beltway before New Hampshire Avenue has been cleared.
There’s an accident in the 2500 block of Calvert Street in Northwest Washington, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. Avoid that area.
7 A.M. Update:
A disabled vehicle on the outer loop of the Beltway before New Hampshire Avenue could slow traffic there.
The disabled vehicle on westbound U.S. 50 at Crain Highway/MD 3 has been cleared from the shoulder.
The debris on the outer loop of the Beltway at Georgia Avenue has also been cleared.
6:40 A.M. Update:
The disabled vehicle on westbound U.S. 50 at Crain Highway/MD 3 is now only blocking one of the shoulders.All westbound lanes have reopened.
There’s some debris on the outer loop of the Beltway at Georgia Avenue. Anticipate some delays.
6:25 A.M. Update:
A disabled vehicle on westbound U.S. 50 at Crain Highway/MD 3 is blocking one lane and one of the shoulders.
I-95 North is pretty congested around the Franconia Springfield Parkway as well as approaching Lorton.
Good morning, commuters! There could be more showers and thundershowers across the region today, according to the Capital Weather Gang. The rain over the last few days, particularly on Wednesday night, could have pooled and caused some flooding in some spots. Be careful when you head out today.
We’ll be keeping an eye on the roads and rails this morning, reporting any delays or issues — and we will need your help: If you hear about any congestion, delays, problems or anything at all, tell us in the comments section below or by tweeting @drgridlock.