Heavy rains and blaze flooding influenced the St. Louis locale Tuesday.

At 3:30 a.m., specialists on call closed off all paths of eastward Interstate 64 close to Grand.

It returned not long before 7 a.m. Tuesday.

On Interstate 55, drivers were redirected off the expressway before Potomac.

Eastward Interstate 44 is the third highway impacted.

All paths were shut at Hampton.

Simply beyond 6 a.m., the St. Louis Fire Department announced a few vehicles abandoned on Interstate 44 close to Jefferson Avenue.

Drivers need to find a backup way to go on eastward Interstate 70 close to Natural Bridge and Jennings Station Road.

What's more, Interstate 70 was shut in the two bearings close to Mid Rivers Mall in St. Charles.

Cpl. Dallas Thompson with the Missouri Highway Patrol prescribed drivers to not go on interstates in St. Louis and St. Charles districts.

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