Motorists traveling Downeast on Mount Desert Island and the Schoodic Peninsula should be careful of road washouts and standing water thanks to the heavy rain that buffeted the Island last night and early this morning

Check out the video of the ballfields in Bar Harbor courtesy of Sarah McEachern

Kebo Valley Golf Course is closed this morning because of standing water on the fairways

Principal Matt Haney from MDI High School sent out the following

Due to the heavy rains overnight there are a number of roads that have flooded. At this hour, we know that the buses from the town of Mt. Desert are going to be significantly delayed because of rerouting around sound drive. For approximate adjusted pickup times you can contact Leon Sargent at MDES at lsargent@mdirss.org.
It is possible that other bus runs will experience delays as well.
Students driving to school should be aware of the conditions, take caution if driving through water, and leave extra time to arrive safely.
There are numerous reports of other washouts and pictures on the Facebook Group Downeast Maine Traffic and Road Conditions
According to Todd Simcox from WABI-TV and the CW, weather observers reported 4 inches of rain in Harrington and 5.13 inches of rain in Jonesboro. Simcox estimated from radar images that the Island received 3 to 4.5 inches of rain

From the Hancock County Sheriff's Department regarding Gouldsboro and Winter Harbor

And from Roque Bluffs

Photo Photo Dawn Cobb and Steven Sobel

Beech Hill Cross Road in Mount Desert - Photo courtesy Norman Closson

Photo Norman Closson