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One of Omaha’s wettest days on record, widespread flash flooding, Nebraska


As of 15:00 CDT on August 20, the Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Nebraska received 156.2 mm (6.15 inches) of rain, making it the fourth-wettest day in the city since record-keeping began in 1887. The city’s wettest day on record was August 7, 1999, with 164 mm (6.46 inches). 

The storm caused widespread flash flooding and contributed to ‘higher-than-normal’ number of crashes in Omaha metro area, causing police to suspend responses to minor crashes.

Powerful winds produced by the storm downed trees and caused power outages in and around the metro area, leaving more than 16 000 customers without power, as well as traffic lights.

Featured image credit: Scott Nicholson ‏@SpringWxTours


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