Emergency crews have been busy, as roadways and buildings were flooded out throughout the north country due to excessive rainfall.
About five inches of rain fell in the area, creating issues for the Watertown City School District, which had to close due to flooding in the basement of one of the buildings.
In Adams, 7 News reports a man needed to be rescued from his partially submerged van after driving into standing water on County Route 84--no injuries were reported.
A travel advisory was issued for all of Jefferson County Monday, with officials warning motorists to "use extreme caution" on all roadways.
Continuing with weather: records fell like the rain fell over the last couple of days.
According to 7 News, Watertown broke a record for Sunday, with 2.3 inches of rain. As a result, the Black River was up four feet yesterday and it's expected to crest at flood stage sometime Wednesday.
It was more of the same in Lowville, which had about 2.75 inches of rain from Sunday through Monday morning.
And up in St. Lawrence County, Massena collected over 1.2 inches in a day, breaking the mark for the date set 31 years ago.