Rainfall Totals Piling Up- Except in Southwestern Oklahoma- the Latest MapsMon, 13 Oct 2014 05:56:14 CDT
Rainfall has been sweeping into Oklahoma over the last several days- starting with the "left overs" from the Pacific Storm Simon the latter part of last week. The graphic above shows rainfall since last Thursday morning at 5:30 AM. It shows impressive rainfall totals for the Oklahoma Panhandle- with Boise City receiving over 1.5 inches of rain, while the northeastern corner of Oklahoma had several Mesonet stations with five to six inches of rainfall that came from that system.
The graphic immediately below shows rainfall from Friday morning at 5:30 am til Monday morning at 5:30- and it reflects the huge rainfall that came on Friday and Friday night in portions of eastern Oklahoma- most notably the seven inches reported at the Wilburton Mesonet station.
The bottom graphic shows rainfall from the current weather system that has brought rain, strong northerly winds and a chance for additional rain during the day today across Oklahoma. Weatherford checks in with 1.89 inches of rain with this current round of thunderstorms, with a couple of southern Oklahoma stations topping three inches since Sunday morning.
When you back up to the top graphic- you see much of Oklahoma has received significant rains, with only Grant County in the north central part of the station and about eight counties in southwestern Oklahoma that have received less than an inch of rain since Thursday morning.
More rain is on the way- to help track that- click here for the radar map on the News9 website and for rainfall totals in realtime- here is the Oklahoma Mesonet's 24 hour rainfall map- updated every five minutes.
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