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Three inches of rain in an hour flood North Baton Rouge streets Tuesday
BATON ROUGE - Streets north of downtown were impassable Tuesday afternoon after rain dumped inches of water, prompting a flash flood warning.
The weather alert should expire at 4:15 p.m. as long as it's not extended, WBRZ Storm Station meteorologists said.
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The Scenic Highway underpass below US 190 was flooded around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
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WBRZ Storm Station Chief Meteorologist Josh Eachus said the areas experiencing flooding took on about three inches of rain in an hour Tuesday afternoon.
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