Up to 4 inches of rain falls in parts of southeastern Wyoming, causing flash flooding

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CHEYENNE, Wyoming — Heavy rain soaked parts of southeastern Wyoming on Tuesday, prompting flash flood warnings for parts of Albany and Carbon counties.

The National Weather Service says its radar showed 2-4 inches of rain falling in some areas. It says the heaviest rain fell near Battle Mountain, about 15 miles northeast of Medicine Bow.

There were reports of flooding in low areas and water over sections of some roads.

A flash flood watch was in effect Tuesday and Wednesday for an area of southeast Wyoming that included Cheyenne and Laramie.

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