Rainfall Summary
May 23rd-24th, 2012

A stalled front positioned over northwest wisconsin placed much of Minnesota in a region of persistant rain showers through Wednesday and Thursday, May 23rd-24th. By the afternoon of May 24th, the front finally transitioned into a cold front and pushes east over wisconsin. rainfall totals ranged from 3 to 4 inches across the Minnesota arrowhead, south through the Twin Ports and along Interstate 35 to the Twin Cities metro. 
Below are preliminary 2-day Rainfall totals from Cooperative Weather Observers, Trained Spotters and automated weather stations.
Note: These are preliminary rainfall reports as of Friday morning. Please refer to this link for an interactive map with the latest amounts.
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