MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Following overnight severe storms, flash flooding was seen Monday morning on the streets of Minneapolis.
A WCCO-TV photographer captured street flooding at the intersection of West 24th Street and Cedar Shore Drive, just west of Cedar Lake.READ MORE: 'It's Very Scary': Minnesota Man Who Worked With U.S. Army Stuck In Afghanistan
Neighbors say a motorists tried to drive through the massive puddle, but got stuck. The driver was able to get out of the car unharmed.
Captured by @wccophotogs at 24th and Cedar Shore Drive in Minneapolis:Elk River Father, Stepmother Sentenced To 40 Years For Death Of 8-Year-Old Girl
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According to the National Weather Service, more than 3 inches of rain fell in Minneapolis overnight.MORE NEWS: Man, 28, Hit And Killed By BNSF Train In Crookston
Earlier Monday morning, a flash flood warning was briefly issued for the southwestern Twin Cities metro. In some areas, nearly 6 inches of rain fell.