Early morning thunderstorms dropped very heavy rain over southern Nebraska and north central Kansas that left areas of flooding along Bow Creek near Stockton...and along the North and South Forks of the Solomon River and it's tributaries in north central Kansas.   The flooding and threat of additional flooding prompted flood warnings that remain in effect until early Tuesday for parts of Rooks...Phillips...Osborne and Smith counties in north central Kansas

          Below is a short-list of some of the heavier 24 hour rainfall amounts from Cooperative Weather Observers and automated river gauges serving our area.

Location  24 Hour Rainfall through 7am Monday
9N of Stockton along Bow Creek 2.69 inches
Damar 2.52 inches
Wilsonville 2.00 inches
S Fork of the Solomon near Damar 1.97 inches
Ionia 1.71 inches
Alton 2SW 1.66 inches
Plainville 4WNW 1.42 inches
Phillipsburg #2 1.33 inches
Naponee 1.30 inches
Logan 1.24 inches
Turkey Creek near Naponee 1.13 inches
Riverton 1.01 inches
Mankato 1.00 inches

 


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