By morning's first light, the rain moved out of the area.
That meant the water started to drop as the sun came up.
Jeremy Adams owns property just off Ohio route 339.
He said the waters fell two feet during the morning. But he says what the heavy rain left behind is a mess-which, by afternoon, had to be cleaned up.
"We have four cars in our driveway," Adams told us. "Two of them were completely under water, and the other two, they were inside the vehicles, but we're not sure of the damage yet."
Adams says the damage here is the worst he's seen since the storms of late June of 1998.