Torrential Rain and Flash Floods Slam Arizona

Up to two inches of rain in one hour stranded cars and shut down a Phoenix highway.
1:00 | 08/03/16

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All right, George, now to the monsoon in the southwest. Flash floods sparking hundreds of evacuations and water rescues. Ginger, of course, is here with the latest on that. Hey, good morning. Phoenix, Arizona, averages about an inch of rain in the entire month of August. Yesterday spots around Phoenix did that in two hours and doubled it so that's why you have pictures just like that. The tropical moisture fueling that monsoon and the threat still there today. Flash floods shutting down I-17 in Phoenix, Arizona. Up to 2 inches of rain in an hour stranding cars. Water rescues and muddy mayhem has people try to drive through. It happened so fast. You really don't have time to make a lot of decisions. Reporter: More than 200 students evacuating this school, water filling the hallways. So we are on flash flood watch from Las Vegas to Albuquerque today. Parts of southwestern Colorado as that moisture pulls up you can see another 2 to 3 inches very quickly fall in isolated spots. Thanks. We get the latest on the

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