Rainfall in Small Amounts Covers Oklahoma- Here's the Map
Sun, 16 Dec 2012 20:57:05 CST
Rainfall arrived after much of Oklahoma had received no rain for more than a month. A front rolled across Oklahoma on Friday- with rainfall touching virtually every Mesonet station located in the state. Many locations, like Cherokee and Grandfield, received only a few hundredths of an inch. The largest amounts seemed to be four to five tenths of an inch, with Antlers picking up .51 inches of rain and Apache .46 inches of rain.
The map above shows the distribution of rain from this past Friday, which could help select wheat fields where a quarter of an inch or more fell.
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