Heavy rain flooded parts of Northern Kentucky early Sunday. Floodwaters from an overflowing culvert left cars jumbled "like a hurricane hit" at Thomas Auto Sales and Salvage, Maysville Mayor David Cartmell said. Mud, rock and debris covered the lot.
CINCINNATI -- Storms brought heavy rainfall to the Tri-State overnight, particularly southeast of the city.
In Northern Kentucky, more than 7 inches fell in Lewisburg, in Mason County. Ripley, in Brown County, Ohio saw nearly 5.5 inches of rain.
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Radar estimates show 5 inches of rain in Maysville, and more than 4 inches in Brooksville and Augusta.
Eye popping rainfall totals from overnight @wcpo #cincywx pic.twitter.com/vKQ1QUTlHR— Steve Raleigh WCPO (@Cincywxman) July 23, 2017
Eye popping rainfall totals from overnight @wcpo #cincywx pic.twitter.com/vKQ1QUTlHR
About an inch of rain fell around the Interstate 275 loop. The radar estimates show 1.5 inches on the West Side of Cincinnati and about three-quarters of an inch in Batavia, Ohio.
See estimates for your community in the map below (as of about 7:45 a.m.):
Radar estimate rainfall totals as of 7:45 a.m. Sunday