Rainfall Accumulation Maps Ending 22 December 2013

An unusual low pressure system crossed the Ohio Valley this weekend, bringing with it copious amounts of moisture. This complex weather system produced a significant amount of rainfall across portions of western Kentucky and central Indiana, breaking daily rainfall records at some locations and creating flooding problems across both states. The first map (below) is a two-day accumulation of the rain that fell, followed by two maps showing the 24-hour rainfall totals across south-central Indiana and central Kentucky, and the entire Commonwealth, respectively.




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