Rainfall Totals through Sunday Morning, June 27th

Storm Total Precipitation

 

The image above represents radar estimated storm total precipitation through Sunday morning, June 27th. Though radar estimates may be a little high across Highway 14 in southeastern South Dakota and northwest Iowa due to hail contamination, an estimated five to eight inches of rainfall fell across a large portion of Cherokee and Ida counties in northwest Iowa Saturday night. The table below lists 24 hour precipitation totals received on the morning of June 27th.

 

 Location Amount (in)
 Cherokee, IA 6.33
 Cherokee, IA 6.15
 Peterson, IA 4.07
 Holstein, IA 2.69
 2 SSE Astoria 2.33
 Marshall, MN Airport 2.09
 Hartford 2.05
 6 S Hartford 2.03
 Holly Springs, IA 2.03
 Marshall, MN COOP 2.00
 4 WNW Sioux Falls 1.90
 7 WSW Garretson 1.89
 SSW Brookings 1.81
 Huron COOP 1.81
 3 SSW Brookings 1.79
 Carthage 1.78
 Slayton, MN 1.78
 Brandon, SD 1.75
 Sioux Falls NWS 1.72
 Astoria 1.71
 Lake Benton, MN 1.70
 Rock Valley, IA 1.60
 Brookings 1.60
 Eros Data Center 1.52
 3 WSW Sioux Falls 1.44
 Windom, MN 1.44
 Spencer, IA 1.37
 Ocheyedan, IA 1.36
 Heron Lake, MN 1.27
 Huron  1.27
 WSW Everly, IA 1.22
 Everly, IA 1.20
 Luverne, MN 1.16
 Tracy, MN 1.12
 Lakefield, MN 1.04
 Jackson, MN Airport 1.03
 Sheldon, IA COOP 1.03
 Pipestone, MN COOP 1.00
 Sibley, IA COOP 1.00
 Worthington, MN Airport 0.97


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