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    Water from Wednesday rain flooded the parking lot and forced evacuations of businesses at Skowhegan Plaza in Skowhegan.

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    Skowhegan police and firefighters monitor racing water that flooded the parking lot of Skowhegan Plaza in Skowhegan on Wednesday.

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    New Balance warehouse employee Buck Kent looks out a door as two feet of flooding water raced outside the building in Skowhegan on Wednesday. Employees kept the building dry with sand bags at base of door.

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    A truck slowly sinks below the pavement as flooding water erodes the parking lot at Skowhegan Plaza in Skowhegan on Wednesday.

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    Skowhegan firefighters monitor flooding that came up to businesses at Skowhegan Plaza on U.S. Route 201, forcing evacuation of businesses on Wednesday.

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    The Hannaford supermarket parking lot on Main Street in Waterville shows the effects of Wednesday’s rain.

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    Manchester firefighter Paul Joslyn carries traffic cones around a downed tree to close the other side of Scribner Hill Road on Wednesday in Manchester.

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    Vehicles drive through large puddles on both sides of Bangor Street near Cony Circle during a heavy downpour on Wednesday in Augusta.

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    Vehicles drive through large puddles that were on both sides of Mount Vernon Avenue on Wednesday in Augusta. There were several flooded sections in the construction zone on the road.

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    Kate Tremblay assesses the damage of a tree that fell, clipping power lines, outside her Hallowell home on Wednesday.

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    A wheel loader approaches a tree that fell on Cushman Road in Winslow early Wednesday afternoon. The road was closed to traffic while the tree was cleaned up.

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    Paul Lessard of the Paul Lessard Fire and Water Damage company pushes rain water off the roof of a building in downtown Waterville on Wednesday.

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    In the pouring rain, flagger Cathy Root motions for traffic to proceed past a construction site and workers on Bay Street in Winslow on Wednesday. “It’s not so bad out here if you dress for it,” Root said. “People also need to slow down in this weather.”

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    Maine State Police Cadet Toral Nelson looks over her shoulder Wednesday after firing at a target in the pouring rain in Augusta. Students enrolled in the Maine Criminal Justice Academy’s Basic Law Enforcement Training Program practiced shooting from a variety of positions as part of the training program for new police officers.

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    Tow truck drivers, Maine State Police troopers and Department of Transportation workers stand beside a van in the ditch on Wednesday in southbound lane of Interstate 95 just south of exit 112 in Augusta. Speed limits were lowered to 45 mph because of heavy rain.

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    Motorists plow through rain water backed up on College Avenue in Waterville on a wet Wednesday.

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    Passing vehicles make big splashes as they go through puddles on Bangor Street near Cony Circle in Augusta.

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    A shopper heads in to the Gardiner Hannaford Wednesday as heavy rain continues to fall.

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    Floodwaters flow under a bridge on Park Avenue near the intersection of St. John Street in Portland on Wednesday afternoon.

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    A car sits in floodwaters on Park Avenue in Portland on Wednesday afternoon.

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    A pedestrian wades from the Whole Foods Market parking lot across Pearl Street in Portland's Bayside neighborhood during heavy rains on Wednesday, Sept. 30., 2015.

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    Women try to push their car out of high floodwaters after it became disabled on Pearl Street across from Whole Foods Market. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Laura Hall of Portland walks down a flooded Pearl Street back to work at Whole Foods Market after moving her car out of a flooded parking lot. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Charlie Penny of Perry's Garage surveys the flooding on Somerset Street. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Annie Morse carries buckets of water out to Elm Street after the basement of her business flooded on Wednesday. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    A police cruiser plows through flooded waters on Pearl Street only to be disabled by the water shortly thereafter. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Police shut down a section of Elm Street in Portland on Wednesday due to heavy flooding. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    A pedestrian leaves the Casco Bay Lines terminal Wednesday in Portland. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    A pedestrian crosses Market Street the rain Wednesday in Portland. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    Cars are disabled by rising floodwaters at the corner of Franklin and Somerset Streets. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    The intersection of Marston Street and Park Avenue is flooded Wednesday.

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    A vehicle plows through a flooded section of Washington Avenue in Portland on Wednesday.

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    John Pearsall and Kara Kitchen, who work for Elite Airways, wade through the flooded street at Portland Pier to get back to their office Wednesday.

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