PHOENIX (AP) - A storm that rolled through metropolitan Phoenix on Sunday morning brought about a half inch of rain, caused flooding in some washes and prompted the closure of at least two roadways.
The downpour prompted authorities to shut down U.S. 60 in both directions between Kyrene and Mill roads in Tempe.
Flooding also caused the closure of State Route 238 west of the Pinal County community of Maricopa.
Areas north of Tucson also were seeing rain on Sunday. A flood advisory was issued for an area 15 miles southwest of Kearny.
On Saturday, southeast Tucson experienced flash flooding from a storm that brought about three-fourths of an inch of rain.
The storm led to several downed electric power lines in Tucson and two water rescue efforts.
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