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February 2018 one of the wettest on record; How much rain did you get?

Published: Sunday, February 25, 2018 @ 1:50 PM
Updated: Monday, February 26, 2018 @ 9:41 AM
By: Breaking News Staff

The rain may be over, but rivers remain in flood stage and some area roadways are closed due to high water. 

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Dayton set a record with 1.84 inches of rain on Saturday, which broke the old record for daily rainfall of 1.63 inches set in 2016.

Officially with 5.4-inches this month, February 2018 ranks fourth in rainfall totals in the Miami Valley, according to Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini. 

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How much did your area see? Following are 24-hour rainfall totals Saturday through Sunday, reported in inches by the National Weather Service.

>> Area rivers in flood stage due to recent rain

BUTLER

2.89, Beckett Ridge, near West Chester

2.13, Butler County Regional Airport

CHAMPAIGN

2.56, Mechanicsburg

CLARK

2.35, South Charleston 

2.23, Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport

CLINTON

2.42, Wilmington

DARKE

2.76, southwest of Greenville

GREENE

2.35, near Fairborn

1.77, WPAFB

1.64, Beavercreek

LOGAN

0.92, east of Bellefontaine

MIAMI

1.60, Tipp City

1.37, Piqua

MONTGOMERY

2.52, Dayton

2.30, West Carrollton

2.16, Huber Heights

1.95, Dayton International Airport

1.88, Kettering

1.81, Oakwood

PREBLE

2.20, Eaton

SHELBY

1.44, Botkins

WARREN

2.86, Landen

2.23, Five Points

1.88, Mason

1.27, Springboro