Rain totals: How much fell where you live?

Rain totals: How much fell where you live?
Chuck Hamlin/Staff

Over 3 inches of rain were reported in some spots of the Miami Valley from heavy downpours and severe storms that moved through the region Thursday and Friday.

These are some of the area totals reported to the National Weather Service:

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Montgomery County:

Brookville area: 3.65 inches

Miamisburg: 3.37 inches

Centerville 3.36 inches

Kettering: 2.92 inches

New Lebanon: 2.60 inches

Germantown: 2.48 inches

Huber Heights: 1.84 inches

Dayton International Airport: 1.50 inches

Greene County:

North of Xenia: 3.30 inches

Beavercreek: 3.24 inches

Bellbrook: 2.48 inches

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base: 2.48 inches

Clark County: 

Springfield: 2.74 inches

New Carlisle: 1.53 inches

Preble County:

Eaton: 3.60 inches

Camden: 2.05 inches

Miami County: 

Tipp City: 1.22 inches

Troy: 1.20 inches

Darke County: 

Arcanum: 1.18 inches

Warren County: 

Franklin: 2.06 inches

Springboro: 1.58 inches

Lebanon: 1.37 inches

Champaign County: 

Mechanicsburg: 1.27 inches

Urbana: 1.08 Inches

Butler County: 

Hamilton: 2.28 inches

Oxford: 2.20 inches

West Chester: 1.93 inches

Middletown: 1.83 inches