Rainfall May 25-26th

Showers and thunderstorms erupted across the area Monday, May 25th, bringing with them some much needed rain.  Much of the heavy rain fell during the afternoon and evening on the 25th, west of highway 281, followed by periods of light rain through early Tuesday morning, May 26th.  The table and map below depict 24-hour total rainfall ending at 7 am CDT May 26th.



Location

Rainfall Amount (inches)

Tri Basin NRD (Holdrege), NE (COOP)

 3.32

Holdrege, NE (COOP)

 2.59

Phillipsburg, KS (COOP)

 2.52

Wilsonville, NE (COOP)

 1.96

Minden, NE (COOP)

 1.79

Wood River, NE (COOP)

 1.75

Phillipsburg, KS (AWOS)

 1.71

Naponee, NE (COOP)

 1.62

Kearney, NE (AWOS)

 1.45

Edison, NE (COOP)

 1.45

Cambridge, NE (COOP)

 1.38

Greeley, NE (COOP)

 1.30

Kearney 4NE, NE (COOP)

 1.28

Beaver City, NE (COOP)

 1.20

Logan, KS (COOP)

 1.18

St. Paul 4N, NE (COOP)

 1.08

Oxford 6NNW, NE (COOP)

0.95

Wolbach, NE (COOP)

0.84

North Loup, NE (COOP)

0.80

Orleans, NE (COOP)

0.76

Ashton, NE (COOP)

0.66

Cozad 2S, NE (COOP)

0.54

Hastings, NE (ASOS)

0.52

Loup City, NE (COOP)

0.48

Ord, NE (COOP)

0.44

Lexington, NE (AWOS)

0.39

Miller, NE (COOP)

0.30

Hastings 4N, NE (COOP)

0.27

Franklin, NE (COOP)

0.18

Damar, KS (COOP)

0.17

 Ord, NE (ASOS)

 0.14

Grand Island, NE (ASOS)

0.04

Plainville 4WNW, KS (COOP)

 Trace

 Osceola, NE (COOP)

 Trace

Alton, 2SW, NE, C(COOP)

 Trace



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