A severe storm dumped a bunch of water on Ann Arbor on Sunday, June 14, 2015. Here are reports of flood locations as monitored on Twitter. All times Eastern.
6:09 p.m. Huron River well down from its crest at 14.95 feet; flood stage is 16 feet, last observation is 13.57 feet at 5:15 P.M.
4:28 p.m. Huron River downstream from Allen Creek surged from about 700 cfs to over 2200 cfs in the span of less than an hour at about 2:00 p.m. Most recent instantaneous value: 1,630 06-14-2015 15:15 EST
4:09 p.m. Mallett's Creek gauge run by USGS is spiking. Most recent instantaneous value: 1,010 06-14-2015 14:30 EST
4:02 p.m. Report via WEMU's Jessica Webster (@a2jess) of flooding at Hill St and Division St in Ann Arbor. Jess is running the "In With The In Crowd" show on 89.1 FM. Photo from RydeMedia (@rydekiosk).
3:40 p.m. Photo from WDIV Channel 4 Detroit (@Local4News) of flooding at Fingerle Lumber (Lake Fingerle).
3:12 p.m. Flooding at Church St and Roosevelt, reported by Anna Cook (@AnnaNotherOne16). This photo set also appears on Channel 4 WDIV's web site with credit.
3:10 p.m. Flooding at Snyder and Edgewood, reported by MLive's Hassan Hodges (@mapgoblin). Also a photo set by Andrea Zastrow (@andreaz on Flickr).
2:38 p.m. Depot Street between Fourth Ave and Main Street has standing water - this is previously known as "Lake Barracuda". Report from Patti Smith (@teacherpatti).
2:26 p.m. Flooding at 1st and Kingsley, right next to the new municipal rain garden at that corner. Reported by @voxphoto (Ross Orr).
2:07 p.m. Flooding on Packard at E Stadium and on Iroquois. I was driving through it, it wasn't fun. Photo by Saul Vielmetti (@tallervielmetti) who was not driving. I radioed in a report to the N8DUY repeater which was monitored by Chris Dzombak (@ArborWX).
.@vielmetti checked in on N8DUY reporting intense rainfall at Packard and E Stadium with flooding on nearby streets— ArborWX (@ArborWX) June 14, 2015