East of I-35 Gets Substantial Rainfall Amounts
Fri, 15 Apr 2011 6:36:42 CDT
Rainfall was significant in many locations in the eastern half of the state of Oklahoma on Thursday evening, April 14, even as death and destruction happened in Atoka County and other parts of the Eastern Oklahoma as strong straightline winds, hail and tornados came in with the rain.
This picture is from the Oklahoma Mesonet- showing two inches of rain being recorded in multiple locations in the southeastern part of the state, while totals over one inch were common in northeastern Oklahoma. Except for a common of dust raising hundredths of an inch in the Panhandle- west of I-35 remains dry.
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