Many streets across the Miami Valley were completely flooded after downpours pelted the region Wednesday.

Flooded streets and roads follow heavy afternoon downpours

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Reports to the National Weather Service chat room indicated the area received several inches of rain within the span of a few minutes. 

A trained spotter in Beavercreek reported about 3:55 p.m. that 1.85 inches of rain hit the Greene County city in about 20 minutes. 

Another trained spotter, this one in Englewood, reported 2.75 inches of rain in a 45-minute span. 

In Miami County, amateur radio reported that Troy received a half-inch of rain in 15 minutes just after 2 p.m. 

Salem Avenue in Trotwood (Marshall Gorby/Staff)

Here are some of the reports of flooded streets: 

Montgomery County 

  •  Carillon Boulevard 
  •  River Road (Moraine) 
  •  Along Shoup Mill Road and Riverside Drive, with water approaching the bottom of car doors 
  •  Salem Avenue in Trotwood 
  • A portion of South state Route 49 and West Poplar Street

Greene County 

  •  Augusta Drive, Bath Twp.
  • Dayton-Yellow Springs Road, east of Fairborn 
  •  Parts of West Enon Road 
  •  St. Andrews Drive to West Enon Road in Bath Twp. 

 Warren County

  • About 6 miles south of Lebanon, a portion of Mason Morrow Milgrove Road, between SR 123 and Stubbs Mills Road

We will update this developing report as necessary. 

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