Rain totals: How much rain did your neighborhood get in 48 hours?

Rain totals: How much rain did your neighborhood get in 48 hours?
Flooding and high water near SR 725 in Greene County (Chuck Hamlin/Staff)

Nearly 5 inches of rain have fallen in parts of the area over the last 48 hours, according to numbers released from the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

Some area totals in the last 48 hours:

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY:

Miamisburg: 4.74 inches

Near Englewood: 3.64 inches

Centerville: 3.18 inches

Huber Heights: 2.82 inches

Dayton International Airport: 2.68 inches

CLARK COUNTY:

Springfield: 3.95 inches

New Carlisle: 2.30 inches

GREENE COUNTY:

Bellbrook: 3.68 inches

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base: 2.76 inches

Beavercreek: 2.35 inches

Xenia: 2.11 inches

MIAMI COUNTY:

Troy: 2.64 inches

Pleasant Hill: 2.44 inches

Piqua: 2.09 inches

BUTLER COUNTY:

Middletown: 4.93 inches

West Chester: 4.04 inches

Monroe: 3.33 inches

AUGLAIZE COUNTY:

Wapakoneta: 2.23 inches

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY

Urbana: 2.46 inches

DARKE COUNTY:

Near Versailles: 2.46 inches

Arcanum: 2.33 inches

East of Greenville: 2.29 inches

LOGAN COUNTY:

Bellefontaine: 3.43 inches

PREBLE COUNTY:

Eaton: 2.63 inches

SHELBY COUNTY:

Houston: 2.46 inches

Fort Loramie: 2.10 inches

Anna: 1.99 inches

Sidney: 1.97 inches

WARREN COUNTY:

Near Monroe: 3.66 inches

Franklin: 3.46 inches

Waynesville: 3.09 inches

Springboro: 2.81 inches