HARRISBURG – The Wolf Administration is working to support local emergency officials as they begin to assess the damage from Tropical Storm Ida. PEMA says while water is receding in most parts of the state, they report ongoing flooding in the southeast portion of the state, some of which surpassed record flood levels. Reports from across the state range from 5 to 8 inches of rain. PennDOT says there are 389 roads closed statewide; 243 as a result of flooding and many due to downed trees and limbs as well as utilities. PEMA Director Randy Padfield said we know that Ida has not only caused significant damage to homes, businesses, and public infrastructure, but for many it has significantly disrupted lives and families. We continue to work with our federal and county partners to ensure that response and recovery efforts continue to move forward.