There has been flooding going on for the past week in Cincinnati due to intense rain in the area. The water has reached 60 feet.
Recently, a new milestone has been reached for the flood as it has reached Paul Brown Stadium. It is slowly making its way through the parking lot.
It’ll be interesting to see just how far this will go into the Stadium, and some people may be afraid of how this will hurt the Bengals’ stadium.
I, however, am a glass half full kind of guy. Imagine the home-field advantage the Bengals would have playing in a couple feet of water. Teams would literally have no idea what to do. It’d be a totally different game.
Seriously though, be careful out there if you are in the Cincinnati area. Take some extra time getting to work. If you are a Bengal then make sure to take your swimming trunks.
Downtown Cincinnati flooding:— WLWT.com (@WLWT) February 25, 2018
The Ohio River has consumed Cincinnati's Smale Riverfront Park, crossing over Mehring Way and into Paul Brown Stadium. https://t.co/yt6qIceoKa pic.twitter.com/5aatwRDXAa
The parking garage at Paul Brown Stadium is flooded as the Ohio River continues to rise. @Enquirer pic.twitter.com/V7P10JEpy1— Cara Owsley (@caraphoto23) February 25, 2018
Paul Brown Stadium in #Cincinnati. Ohio River is at 60 feet! Unprecedented. :This morning! All outlets have permission to rebroadcast on all platforms. Credit: Scott Ford @Wx_Max @RobMarciano @ABCWorldNews @ABC7NY @AMHQ @weatherchannel @RobMarciano @RobMayeda @SamChampion pic.twitter.com/lfoIj4v9R7— Scott Ford (@ScottFordTVGuy) February 25, 2018