Flash flooding hits west central Minn. after storms, including Morris, Glenwood and Starbuck
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The National Weather Service says several communities in west central Minnesota are experiencing flash flooding following severe thunderstorms.
Meteorologist Chris Franks says streets in Morris, Glenwood and Starbuck are among those that flooded after big downpours. He says some areas got 4 to 5 inches of rain in two to three hours. Franks says flooding in those areas developed in about an hour because storm drains just couldn't handle the volume.
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