Here's a compilation of resources for Louisville area residents after a storm dumped as much as six inches of rain on the city in 75 minutes earlier today, leaving many parts of the city flooded.
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Flood warning and safety tips
from Metropolitan Sewer (MSD) (don't walk through flowing water and stay away from power lines and electrical wires)
Anyone needing temporary shelter can call the American Red Cross at 502-589-4450 (via LouisvilleKy.gov)
The Galt House (502-589-5200) is offering an emergency rate of $79 for residents and businesses affected by today's rain (via GuthrieMayesPR)
LG&E and KU's storm update (LG&E customers report downed power lines at 502-589-3500, KU customers call 800-981-0600)
Duke Energy's storm and outage information (report electric problems at 800-543-5599, gas problems at 800-634-4300)
Kentucky Humane Society's Pet Resorts are open to owned pets affected by flooding. Call Eastpoint (502-253-2221) or Fern Creek (502-499-1910) (via gotolouisville)
Temporarily house an animal without a home after a Metro Animal Services shelter was flooded (via michellej)
Road closures (.pdf) via LouisvilleKy.gov
Transit Authority of River City rider alerts ("all buses are on detour")
National Weather Service's Louisville severe weather summary page
Rainfall conditions updated every five minutes via MSD
For more information: Looking to get out of your house tonight, flooded roads be damned? Check out Bobcat Goldthwait at the Improv.