Rain totals from Monday & Tuesday morning

Scattered showers have been falling across the viewing area from Monday morning and the rain became more widespread last night. A line of strong to severe thunderstorms marched through Greater Lafayette early Tuesday morning and brought gusty winds. It also brought heavy downpours as the line was passing and steady rainfall into the morning commute. The map below shows 24 Hour rainfall estimates based on Precision 18 Radar. The shades of green indicate where the heaviest rainfall occurred. The map gives you a general idea on rain total distribution.

The list below shows 24 rain totals collected between 7 a.m. EST Monday through 7 a.m. EST Tuesday. Rain totals were gathered from CoCoRaHS, local airports and viewer reports.

  • Purdue University Airport – 0.64″
  • NE Lafayette – 0.46″ to 0.50″
  • SE Lafayette (Near Elliott Ditch) – 0.56″
  • S Montmorenci Area – 0.39″
  • S Boswell – 0.30″
  • White County Airport – 0.24″
  • Monticello Area – 0.22″ to 0.33″
  • Monon – 0.32″
  • E Chalmers Area – 0.30″
  • Cass County Airport – 0.17″
  • Thorntown – 0.23″
  • Lebanon – 0.34″
  • Jamestown –  0.52″
  • Burlington – 0.36″
  • Covington – 0.45″
  • Kokomo Municipal Airport – 0.29″
  • Kokomo Area – 0.29″ to 0.42″
  • Russiaville – 0.30″
  • Wheatfield – 0.21″
  • Jasper County Airport – 0.28″
  • Rensselaer Area – 0.32″ to 0.33″
  • Foresman – 0.26″
  • Denver – 0.15″
  • Grissom – 0.33″

 

 

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