St. Louis Area Flash Flooding

Tuesday, flash floods were caused by record rainfall in St. Louis and other parts of Missouri. 

The National Weather Service said that thunderstorms dumped up to 10 inches of rain on the St. Louis metro...

In 1915, when the remains of a hurricane moved north, the previous daily record of 6.85 inches was set. At Lambert...

National Weather Service meteorologist Marshall Pfahler said a storm moved into the St. Louis area...

The rainfall sparked “dangerous, life-threatening flash flooding” across central and eastern Missouri and southwest... 

At a news conference on Tuesday, St. Louis Fire Department Chief Dennis Jenkerson said that one person died...

Jenkerson said that there was “a lot” of damage to property, but not many other people were hurt.

In St. Louis, floodwaters crept into homes and vehicles. Jenkerson said the fire department rescued...

In St. Peters, a town northwest of St. Louis, a building that housed the stray dog rescue Stray Paws Adoptables flooded...

A portion of Interstate 70 near St. Peters was closed Tuesday morning, the Missouri Department of ...