Many areas remained severely flooded Monday, while the waters in other areas have begun to recede.
Only Chopper 10 was above the damage in Hampton Roads and northeast North Carolina Sunday, as streets were turned into rivers.
Residents along Columbus Avenue say they have nowhere to go when their neighborhood floods, as it did this weekend.
Dare County and NCDOT officials say another barge may have broken away from the work site, too.
Gov. Pat McCrory said at a news conference Sunday that rivers will crest close to or above record levels.
Nearly 50 people in the Swanson Homes community were taken to a nearby shelter.
The downtown area and Okiso Road saw especially heavy flooding, with four feet or more in some spots.
Dominion Virginia Power says there have been about 339,000 customers affected by Matthew with nearly 236,000 still without power.
The City of Virginia Beach is working to recover after Hurricane Matthew caused major flooding over the weekend.
Hurricane Matthew caused major damage and flooding in the Outer Banks.
The Red Cross needs volunteers, blood donations and monetary donations to help those affected by Hurricane Matthew.
Restrictions are expected to continue through Tuesday.
When Matthew dumped torrential rains on North Carolina, thousands of people found themselves suddenly trapped in homes and cars.
State officials are responding to major flooding caused by heavy rains and winds from Hurricane Matthew.
Hurricane Matthew swept through Hampton Roads causing tree and wind damage throughout the area.