DETROIT (AP) — Severe thunderstorms dumped heavy rain on the Detroit area, leaving some roadways flooded.

The National Weather Service says early Wednesday that 2½ to 3 inches (6.4 to 7.6 centimeters) of rain fell overnight in parts of Wayne and Monroe counties. At least one Detroit-area freeway was temporarily closed by flooding, but the roadway reopened as the water receded.

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The storms prompted tornado warnings in some Detroit suburbs before moving out of the area. Flood warnings were in effect Wednesday morning.

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The storms also brought high winds and scattered power outages.

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