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05/30/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Rhode Island Flooding: PHOTOS Of East Coast Storm

Rhode Island flooding continues, and though several parts of the Northeast are underwater this evening, Rhode Island remains hardest hit.

The Associated Press reports:

Rhode Island Gov. Don Carcieri asked residents Tuesday afternoon to get home by dinnertime to avoid traveling in what officials expect to be the most severe flooding to hit the state in more than 100 years.

"The worst is still ahead of us," he said during a broadcast carried live on the state's major TV stations. "We're in a serious, serious situation."

National Guard troops were activated in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, where neighborhoods still recovering from earlier flooding were again swamped after two days of unrelenting rain.

No injuries have been reported in Rhode Island yet, per Boston.com. But the flooding has caused commuting headaches, forcing traffic to slow and train delays.

Have a look at these Rhode Island flood photos. And take a look at more incredible images from today's storm here.

Rhode Island Flood PHOTOS