SOUTHAVEN, MS- (WMC-TV) - A flood frustrated resident in a Southaven neighborhood called her backyard an ocean after severe weather Tuesday.
Inside Louise Rinhart's home is not much better.
"Carpet and I got hardwood flooring over there, everything is ruined," she said.
Neighbors in the Trinity Lakes subdivision in Southaven dealt with flooding after heavy rains. They had water escaping a retention pond turning ditches into streams.
'I'm sitting there on the couch reading my book, and I started to get up and put my feet down on the floor, and it was wet ... I said, 'Where's that coming from?' I got to looking, and it was everywhere already," said Rinhart.
Flooding was the theme all Tuesday afternoon in the city. Streets closed off with water too deep for cars to pass.
Carriage Hills neighbors again fell victim to the downpour. Central Park was shut down early because of flooding inside.