(KPNX) Phoenix, Arizona area residents are bracing for the third day of severe rains in what so far has become one of the wettest Septembers on record since the 1890s.
Monday's deluge dropped near-record rainfall across the Valley, shut roads and highways, flooded yards and washes and, in general wreaked havoc.
In Tempe, two students canoed to class at James Madison Preparatory School.
In Peoria, rescuers pulled a woman from waist-high water after a golf-cart mishap.
A Paradise Valley Community College student swam out of his car in water so deep it made waves.
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