Friday and Saturday brought a lot of rain.
Once it had let up I took a walk down to the creek to see how high the water had risen. Turns out it was quite high.
Normally the water sits six to eight feet below the bridge. You can see where water was washing up/around it and how it displaced all the gravel at the entry point.
The rushing water was powerful enough to knock down quite a few rows of corn. I have to remember that this is not just how high it was, but it was flowing fast enough here (a good 20-30 feet from the bank) to knock the corn down. Glad I was not caught out in the middle of it!