Stranded motorists had to be rescued after flash flooding hit Oklahoma City in the US on Thursday.
Up to 3.8 centimetres of rain fell during a 30-minute period in the western part of the city, according to the National Weather Service.
Firefighters reported rescuing stranded motorists in at least a dozen different spots as rain flooded roadways.
This latest band of storms follows bouts of severe weather that killed at least six people in Oklahoma, including two when a tornado ripped through a mobile home park in El Reno.
Flooding along the Arkansas River swamped homes and businesses in the Tulsa area and downriver into Arkansas.