Rainfall Graphics- as of Tuesday Morning, August 13, 2013Tue, 13 Aug 2013 06:40:30 CDT
Rainfall totals in the last twenty four hours have been spotty across the state- with the heaviest amounts falling in Bristow and Okmulgee- both receiving over three inches of rain since Monday morning- further west- the rainfall winner is El Reno, with over two and three quarters of an inch of rain since Monday morning.
The graphic for the past 24 hours is above.
The graphic below is of the past thirty days- and it is a remarkable mid summer picture- who would have predicted that Cimmarron County at the end of the Panhandle would have bigger rainfall numbers than Bryan County in the Southeastern corner of the state.
Our graphic below shows off these July- August rainfall numbers- with several locations well above ten inches of rainfall.
The final graphic below shows where the best chances of rain are for today through tomorrow. There's a sixty to eighty percent chance of rain across the middle of the state- west to east.
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