Heaviest Rainfall In Nearly 2 Months! Update

December 20th, 2012 at 6:46 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Interestingly, the 1.05″ of rainfall that fell today was the heaviest daily total since October 23, when 1.62″ fell.  It has certainly been quite dry since late October around here!

Snow is overspeading the area with higher wind gusts approaching.  Still looks like near 1″ will do for most of the area with 2 to perhaps 3″ amounts in the north & northeast.  Temperatures are tanking from southwest & south to northeast & north.

9 Responses to “Heaviest Rainfall In Nearly 2 Months! Update”

  1. Ryan H says:

    All snow now. Very beautiful.

  2. JEM says:

    And nothing – out by Harrison HS. Hopefully just a lull.

  3. Chuck says:

    Received 1.20 inches of rain. Snow just starting to cover the grass. 4.5 NE of Frankfort. @ 7:55 pm

  4. mad man from afghanistan says:

    Come on SNOW!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Doug in Flora says:

    No snow yet. Just damp; currently 34.6 degrees.

  6. Samantha says:

    Chuck my kid’s made little snowballs. Not enough we need more..lol.. minus the wind.They where happy to see snow…I’m just glad the wind didn’t blow them away.

  7. mad man from afghanistan says:

    Is white county in a dry slot or what?

  8. Cliff says:

    Uh ok now so where’s the terrible weather?? I say 50MPH winds and 10 inches of snow is a winter storm warning.

  9. Mary Anne Best says:

    So…in Remington I am over an inch of rain, snow is also falling, starting to collect on grassy areas, temps are hanging in there at 33*. High wind gust recorded was at 4:05 this afternoon but I know it is higher than that. I think anemometer must be frozen.

    MA in REM

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