The California Highway Patrol has fully reopened the 710 Freeway in North Long Beach after shutting down both sides of that highway this morning because of flooding from heavy rains, according to authorities.

CHP officers partially shut down the freeway around 7 a.m., and both directions of traffic were fully closed shortly after 8 a.m. By 10 a.m., though, the agency reported that all lanes were reopened.

The connector road from the northbound 710 to the eastbound 91 Freeway though, remained closed due to flooding until just after 1 p.m., when the CHP reported it had reopened.

The 710 closure was spurred by about 3 feet of standing water on the freeway near Artesia Boulevard, according to details from the CHP’s online information center.

Late Thursday morning, the California Department of Transportation also reported that the on and off ramps of the southbound 405 Freeway at Cherry Avenue had closed due to flooding, but the ramps reopened shortly before noon.

This story is developing and will be updated.