In the nine counties the state Department of Transportation District 3 covers, only about half a dozen roads closed as a result of rain Monday and Tuesday.
As of 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, three roads still were closed: Rohrsburg Road in Orange Township, Columbia County; Shakespeare Road in East Chillisquaque Township, Northumberland County; and a single-lane closure on Route 87 near the Girl Scout camp near Ogdonia Road in Sullivan County, according to Rick Mason, PennDOT spokesman.
No roads were closed in Lycoming County.
About 0.74 inches of rain fell Monday and 0.86 inches of rain fell Tuesday as of 6 p.m., said John LaCorte, a meteorologist for National Weather Service.
He did not know of any flooding in the state.
"Things worked out to what we expected," he said.
Another shower is possible today and temperatures could reach into the 80s, LaCorte said.
"(Today) will be much warmer than normal," he said. The average high for this time of year is 71 degrees. "We'll get closer to normal by the end of the week."
The rest of the week into the weekend likely will see temperatures in the 70s, with overnight lows in the 40s to near 50s.
"If we get to 70s, no one will be complaining," LaCorte said.
Almost 11 inches of precipitation has fallen this year, 2 inches below the average for this date.
A drought could be possible "if it would persist, LaCorte said. "Right now, there are no problems."
Whether any flooded roads are damaged won't be known until the waters recede. So far, Mason is not aware of any damage to roads or bridges.
"The weather forecast was calling for up to a couple of inches of rain in areas," Mason said. "We anticipated there might be some closures due to flooding."
This was the first time this year roads had to be closed from flooding, he said.