Rainfall Reports October 16-17

...Widespread 2 Inch Amounts...

An area of low pressure moving across the Ohio Valley brought rain Monday and early Tuesday to Indiana. Some areas received nearly 3 inches of rain in a 24 hour period ending 700 am EDT Tuesday.

A map of the rainfall follows below, with a text listing of reports below the map:

Rainfall Map for Indiana

 

WIDESPREAD RAINFALL OF ONE AND A HALF TO NEARLY THREE INCHES HAS
OCCURRED ACROSS CENTRAL INDIANA SINCE YESTERDAY. BY 900 AM EDT...72
REPORTS OF TWO INCHES OR GREATER RAINFALL HAD BEEN RECEIVED FROM
COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS AND COCORAHS VOLUNTEERS.
BELOW IS A SUMMARY OF RAINFALL REPORTS GREATER THAN TWO INCHES.
STATION NAME (COOP)         RAINFALL (IN)
OOLITIC PURDUE EX FARM      2.83
MITCHELL 6 NE               2.74
FARMLAND 5 NNW              2.67
MEDORA                      2.65
WILLIAMS                    2.57
FISHERS NORTH               2.55
GREENCASTLE 3 SW            2.50
MORRISTOWN                  2.47
BLOOMINGTON IU              2.45
CLOVERDALE 4 WNW            2.42
ELLISTON                    2.40
FREEDOM                     2.40
FREELANDVILLE               2.40
KNIGHTSTOWN 2 ENE           2.40
MUNCIE                      2.37
VINCENNES 4 E               2.37
INDIANAPOLIS EAGLE CREEK    2.35
BROOKLYN                    2.32
NORTH VERNON 2 NE           2.32
PRAIRIE CREEK 2 S           2.31
TERRE HAUTE ISU             2.30
RUSHVILLE                   2.27
SMITH VALLEY                2.27
NEW CASTLE 4 SSE            2.26
NOBLESVILLE                 2.24
REELSVILLE 4 SW             2.23
SPENCER                     2.23
COLUMBUS                    2.21
GREENFIELD                  2.21
BOWLING GREEN 1 W           2.20
INDIANAPOLIS ROBIN RUN      2.19
CARMEL 3 E                  2.18
MEROM 2 ESE                 2.18
LANDERSDALE 3 W             2.17
GREENSBURG                  2.16
ELWOOD                      2.15
CARMEL                      2.14
FRANKLIN WWTP               2.10
WINCHESTER AIRPORT 3 E      2.10
INDIANAPOLIS EAST           2.08
CASTLETON 2 S               2.07
LEBANON WASTEWATER          2.07
FRANKLIN 2 E                2.05
JAMESTOWN UTILITIES         2.00
STATION NAME (COCORAHS)     RAINFALL (IN)
SULLIVAN 0.5 W              2.74
BLOOMINGTON 3.9 E           2.54
FAIRLAND 0.5 ENE            2.48
BLOOMINGTON 7.1 WSW         2.38
MORRISTOWN 2.6 NW           2.36
SPEEDWAY 6.2 SSW            2.36
WASHINGTON 1.5 NW           2.32
SPENCER 4.4 E               2.31
BAINBRIDGE 3.6 E            2.26
NEW CASTLE 4.6 SSE          2.26
SULLIVAN 0.3 WSW            2.25
ZIONSVILLE 2.3 W            2.25
CARMEL 1.5 W                2.24
SEYMOUR 1.1 WSW             2.23
PLAINFIELD 1.1 W            2.22
BROWNSBURG 4.6 S            2.17
EDINBURGH 1 SSW             2.17
EATON 4 SW                  2.16
PLAINFIELD 2.1 NNW          2.15
DILLSBORO 1.2 NNW           2.13
CICERO 4.9 WNW              2.12
SHELBYVILLE 5.9 W           2.11
MCCORDSVILLE 1.3 N          2.10
CASTLETON 2.5 WNW           2.08
LAWRENCE 2.0 ENE            2.08
NORTH TERRE HAUTE 0.5 W     2.08
CLERMONT 3.9 S              2.06
MARTINSVILLE 1.6 ESE        2.03
ADDITIONAL PRECIPITATION REPORTS WILL FOLLOW LATER THIS MORNING. FOR
INFORMATION ON COCORAHS...VISIT WWW.COCORAHS.ORG.


 



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