The Philadelphia region awoke to massive flooding after remnants of Hurricane Ida brought heavy rains across the area. The storm moved through the the city and surrounding suburbs Wednesday into Thursday, closing many roads and impacting public transit riders. Tornadoes were also confirmed. Parts of Center City were severely flooded as the Schuylkill River swelled to over 15 feet as of Thursday morning. Boathouse Row, Manayunk's Main Street, and the Vine Street Expressway were submerged by its waters. Multiple fatalities as well as extensive damage were reported in Montgomery County. ”We’re begging people not to drive into standing water. Just don’t do it,” said Bucks County spokesperson James O’Malley said. “If you do, you’re putting yourself and first responders in danger.” New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said that the state was "still not out of the woods" on Thursday and begged drivers to stay off the roads. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed a proclamation of emergency disaster prior to the storm in an effort to "allow for our emergency preparedness teams to provide any support needed throughout the storm and its aftermath." Follow live updates on Hurricane Ida's impacts throughout the Philadelphia region here.