24 September 2008 Heavy Rain and Severe Weather

Heavy Rain and Severe Weather

September 24, 2008

A warm front provided a focus for thunderstorm development Wednesday afternoon across portions of the tri-state area.  Thunderstorms continued into the evening hours while training across portions of Gove county between Grainfield and Quinter. Several locations in the vicinity of Park, Kansas reported rain accumulations between 6 and 10 inches. Below is an image of estimated rain from KGLD WSR-88D. 

kgld storm total precipitatin for 24-25 Sept 2008

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Preliminary Local Storm Reports

Note:  All of the reports below are considered preliminary and should be treated as such. Please consult the NCDC Storm Data publication for final tabulations. To obtain official reports of severe weather, please contact the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC).

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Unofficial precipitation reports ending 7 am 25-09-08

Location   Rain
     
PARK 2.8 S   7.51
GRAINFIELD 0.0 SSE   2.63
HOXIE 5.3 S   1.04
MONUMENT 3.7 S   0.91
OAKLEY 0.3 NE   0.76
OAKLEY 0.1 NNE   0.75
MORLAND 9.7 S   0.69
GRINNELL 0.3 SE   0.66
MCCOOK 12.8 SSE   0.56
MORLAND 1.0 SW   0.38
WINONA 3.7 SSW   0.33
PAGE CITY 7.5 S   0.3
LENORA 16.7 E   0.19
COLBY 4.1 ENE   0.19
DANBURY 0.5 W   0.19
INDIANOLA 2.2 NW   0.14
MCCOOK 5.4 SW   0.12
COLBY 1.0 NNE   0.04
COLBY 0.1 NNE   0.03
COLBY 0.6 NNW   0.03



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