Car drives through high water in Wednesday's storm (Photo submitted by Bradley Joseph Dick)
Truck caught in raging river in Old Loveland durng Wednesday's storm. (Photo submitted by R. Seyfried)
Flooded street in Goshen during Wednesday's storm. (Photo submitted by Shannan Mirick)
Muddy Creek overflows onto Muddy Creek Road at Beechcreek Lane in Green Township. (Photo submitted by Jen Baltzersen)
Canoeing on land in Midland, Ohio (Clinton County) after Wednesday's storm. (Photo submitted by Jessica Tucker)
Floodwater rushes over a backyard in Goshen during Wednesday's storm. (Photo submitted by Logan Singleton).
Flooded street in Goshen during Wednesday's storm. (Photo submitted by Rachel and Dan Miller)
Flooded street in Loveland during Wednesday's storm. (Photo submitted by Justcoz52)
High water on entrance to Interstate 75 at Mitchell Avenue during Wednesday's storm. (Photo submitted by Brandi N. Coburn)
Flooded street on Redbird Drive in Loveland after Wednesday's storm. (Photo submitted by Kandi Z.)
Flood water on Redbird Drive in Loveland ater a storm. (Photo submitted by Kandi Z.)
Flooded street in Milford during Wednesday's storm. (Photo submitted by Brooke Skaldany)
High water shuts down I-75 jus north of I-74 during Wednesday's storm
Tree limbs fall on trampoline in Mason during Wednesday's storm.
Storm clouds over Mason Wednesday afternoon. (Photo sumbitted by Lori Pope)
A Jeep is caught against a tree in Loveland during Wednesday's storm (Submitted by R Seyfried)
CINCINNATI - Flooding was a problem in several areas after Wednesday afternoon's storms.
The Tri-State was under a Flash Flood Watch until midnight.
Interstate 75 at I-74 was briefly closed for high water during rush hour, and flooded streets have been reported throughout the area.
Felicia Myers of Loveland said she had several feet of water in front of her house on Redbird Drive.
Photos submitted by 9 On Your Side viewers (see above) show flooding in Loveland, Milford, Green Township, Goshen and Northern Kentucky.
Click on the video tab to see a Jeep caught in a flooded creek in Loveland. The video was submitted by R. Seyfried.
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