Anne Arundel police said there was no indication that the apparent drowning Wednesday of Daniel Lambert of Pasadena was flood-related.

Meanwhile, the rain in Central Maryland kept falling Friday for a fifth straight day. But the National Weather Service said the precipitation should taper off this weekend, leading to a sunny week ahead.

Rain chances diminish to 30 percent Saturday and Sunday, and 20 percent Sunday night.

With the rain fading away, state and local road crews face a long list of extensive repairs.

Anne Arundel County engineers found as the water receded Friday that 10 of the 17 roads closed during the flooding had washed away or sustained other major damage. Another 11 roads were partially blocked, some by downed trees and wires, others by flood damage that wiped out road shoulders and culvert pipes, or allowed the road to sink.

Flooding has also affected state parks. The Maryland Park Service released this list of closings for the weekend: Glen Artney area of Patapsco Valley State Park; the portion of the Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail (formerly the Northern Central Railroad Trail) between Phoenix Road and Glencoe Road; the Hills Grove of Rocks State Park; and areas along the Susquehanna River and Stafford Road of Susquehanna State Park.

Baltimore Sun reporters Liz F. Kay, Julie Baughman, Timothy B. Wheeler and Andrea F. Siegel contributed to this article.

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Maryland weather blog: Frank Roylance on meteorology

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