As January Winds Down- Rainfall Finally Arrives in OklahomaWed, 25 Jan 2012 05:45:33 CST
Rainfall has arrived in about the southeastern two thirds of the state of Oklahoma, with the heaviest amounts falling in several southeastern counties- amounts over three inches reported in Atoka and Durant. In Central Oklahoma, amounts topping an inch were reported by the Oklahoma Mesonet were found in the Oklahoma City metro, as well as Blaine, Caddo, Grady and Logan Counties.
The three Oklahoma panhandle counties received no liquid precipitation in this latest round- and Harper County's Mesonet station shows no moisture either- but all other counties have received at least a few hundreths of an inch of rainfall.
The graphic above reflects totals as of early Wednesday morning. Forecasts show that rain could continue in the easternmost counties of the state through today, tonight and into tomorrow morning before coming to an end, with another one to two inches very possible.
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