24 Hour Rainfall Totals Ending 29 December 2013
A low pressure system moving across the region this weekend was to blame for the rain that had spread over Kentucky and southern Indiana Saturday night through Sunday. Moisture pooling in from the Gulf of Mexico under southerly flow allowed for widespread rain but thankfully, just enough to soak the grounds and not cause or agitate flooding concerns. Check out the 24-hour rainfall totals below, ending the morning of 29 December 2013.
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