Northwest and Southeast Oklahoma Get Parallel Bands of Rainfall Over This Past Weekend- Here's the GraphicSun, 10 Mar 2013 21:11:18 CDT
Oklahoma rainfall totals were highest over this just concluded weekend in a ban in northwestern Oklahoma and a wider swath of southeastern Oklahoma. The northwest Oklahoma rainfall winner since last Friday was Woodward, with 2.17 inches of rain- while Freedom checked in with 1.66 inches and Arnet with 1.6 inches of rainfall. Cherokee's Mesonet site pulled in .89 inches of rain and southeast of a line from Cherokee to Arnet- the rainfall totals fell off to a couple of tenths to just over a half inch of rain in most locations until you hit a line that streches from Burneyville along the Red River in the south to Miami in the far northeastern corner of the state- both of those Mesonet stations hit an inch of rainfall- and locations south and east of that line generally got more rainfall- 11 Mesonet stations in southeastern Oklahoma topped the two inch rainfall total- with Wilburton at 2.4 inches, Hugo at 2.39 inches and Stigler at 2.35 inches of rain.
In the graphic above, you can see parallel lines of precipitation that may be it as far as measurable rainfall is concerned for the next several days across Oklahoma. The National Weather Forecast Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts show nothing hitting even close to Oklahoma for at least the next five to six days.
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