Monday’s wind and rain storm took a toll on roads in Homer where rain caused flooding, mudslides and filled culverts with debris.

Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities spokesperson Shannon McCarthy said crews worked throughout the day Tuesday to get roads reopened, including East End Road where the majority of mudslides took place.

By late Tuesday afternoon McCarthy said all Homer roads had reopened with the exception of Anchor Point Road which still had standing water as well as damage to the road surface.

McCarthy said work will start Wednesday to get the road reopened.

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