SB 8.24.41

tataḥ samudra udvelaḥ
 sarvataḥ plāvayan mahīm
vardhamāno mahā-meghair
 varṣadbhiḥ samadṛśyata
Synonyms: 
tataḥ — thereafter; samudraḥ — the ocean; udvelaḥ — overflowing; sarvataḥ — everywhere; plāvayan — inundating; mahīm — the earth; vardhamānaḥ — increasing more and more; mahā-meghaiḥ — by gigantic clouds; varṣadbhiḥ — incessantly pouring rain; samadṛśyata — King Satyavrata saw it.
Translation: 
Thereafter, gigantic clouds pouring incessant water swelled the ocean more and more. Thus the ocean began to overflow onto the land and inundate the entire world.