Northern Oklahoma Counties are Treated with Measurable Rainfall- The Latest Map
Mon, 06 Aug 2012 05:40:06 CDT
Rainfall amounts across Oklahoma in the last three days has pushed over one inch in at least three Oklahoma Mesonet sites, with Nowata County, Osage County and Kay County all recording more than an inch of rain after an extended period of dry, hot conditions. Rainfall was mostly confined to the northern tier of counties as these latest showers did little to put a dent in the expanding drought that grips much of the heartland of the nation.
The map above is an early Monday morning snapshot of rain since last Friday morning from the Oklahoma Mesonet website- which you can locate by clicking here.
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