I live in an old house in a small town in Missouri.
The mobile home next to my house shares the sewer and water lines.
(Please, no Hillbilly jokes!)
From time to time I hear a rushing sound of water underneath my bathroom floor.
It sounds like rapidly draining water.
My plumber checked the crawl space recently, and found no leaks in any pipe.
I noticed that the water sound seems to occur when a major low pressure storm system moves in.
Could low barometric presure somehow be the cause of this sound?
I'm puzzled! Thanks for your help.
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