I-694 mudslide, steady rain slow metro commute

Heavy, persistent rain in the Twin Cities metro area created traffic delays for drivers Thursday, with standing water at several points around the highway system and a mudslide reported on a north metro interstate.
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Heavy, persistent rain in the Twin Cities metro area created traffic delays for drivers Thursday, with standing water at several points around the highway system and a mudslide reported on a north metro interstate.

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