GRAY — Record-setting heavy rains have caused minor flooding, closed down roads and prompted flood warnings in Maine and New Hampshire as a slow-moving front churns across the region.

The National Weather Service issued flood warnings today across much of Maine and parts of New Hampshire as heavy rains continued falling, with some places getting close to or more than 6 inches since Saturday morning.

Flood warnings were issued for the Saco River near Conway, N.H., as well as sections of the Swift, Presumpscot and Kennebec rivers in Maine. A coastal flood warning also was issued for both states.

Cumberland County Sheriff’s dispatch center recieved numerous reports of flooding on area roads and basements this morning but no injuries so far.

The roads either shut down or impassable included: Ayer Road in New Gloucester, Brackett Road at McLellan Road in Gorham, Route 25 at Spiller Road in Gorham, Highland Cliff Road in Windham and Portland Road at Richards Road, Route 101, in Gray.

Although there were numerous roads in Westbrook shut down earlier this morning, including County Road, Gorham Road and Route 302, they were all back open by 11:30 a.m. Public safety personnel were keeping an eye on the Presumpscot River, said a Westbrook dispatcher.

In Cumberland streets impacted include Route 88 near the Yarmouth line, Doughty Road, Tuttle Road, Pleasant Valley Road and the Dory Road.

Portland and South Portland appear to have escaped any flooding problems. Portland Police  Lt. Cliff Strout said there has only been the usual flooding around the high tides near the waterfront but no other flooding had been reported by late morning.

In Scarborough Payne Road has been reduced to one lane north bound between exit 42 and Route 1 and emergency officials are monitoring Route 114 near the Nonesuch River where water is partially covering the road, said a police dispatcher.

In Falmouth Babbidge Road is reduced to one lane and the following roads are closed: Falmouth Road between Leighton Road and Town Hall, Black Sheep Road between Brook and Davis Farm roads and Woodville Road between Birkdale and Woods roads.

Minor flooding near bridges and coastal areas was reported in York County this morning where water levels were starting to recede, according to several area police departments.

The weather service said the rain would let up later today, but warned there probably will be scattered showers and little sunshine in the days ahead.

“We have this upper-level low sitting pretty much over the Great Lakes now, and it’ll just sit there and spin,” said meteorologist Mike Kistner. “So it looks like there’ll be showers the whole work week. I won’t say it’ll be a washout, but there’ll be showery, unsettled weather through at least Thursday.”