Heavy rain produced by thunderstorms that rolled through southern Maine Thursday night caused extensive street flooding in Portland, Westbrook and South Portland.

James Brown, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Gray, said his office received reports of several flooded streets including Danforth Street in Portland where two cars became stuck in deep water.

Forest and Park Avenues in Portland were also flooded in the torrential downpours as were Cumberland Street in Westbrook and Nutter Road in South Portland.

The Cumberland County emergency dispatch center said they had received several reports of flooded streets caused by storm drains clogged with leaves. However, there were no street closures.

The weather service also issued a flood advisory for sections of Kennebec, Androscoggn and Franklin counties around 9:30 p.m. The advisory warned of minor street flooding in low lying areas.

Brown said the heavy rain should end overnight with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 60s forecast for Friday in Portland.