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Here's how much rain has fallen during Monday, Tuesday Tri-State downpours

Rainfall hits 2-5 in. or more by Tuesday morning
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Posted at 10:23 AM, May 19, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-19 13:12:37-04

Here's a look at some of the rainfall numbers coming in from the last 24 hours. This includes the heavy rain from Monday and overnight into Tuesday morning. These are the heavy rain totals reported by the National Weather Service just before noon Tuesday. Areas not listed saw less than 2 inches of rain.

Hamilton County:
5.24" Cincinnati
5.01" Sharonville
4.46" Norwood
4.27" Mount Healthy
4.17" Blue Ash
4.17" Madeira
4.08" Reading
3.66" Indian Hill
3.66" Montgomery
3.63" Symmes Township
3.59" Deer Park
3.51" Woodlawn
2.96" Evendale
2.61" Addyston
2.49" Cheviot
2.31" North College Hill
2.26" Harrison
2.25" Bridgetown

Clermont County:
3.42" Milford
3.39" Mount Carmel
2.93" Loveland
2.89" Springvale
2.56" Day Heights
2.49" Bethel
2.27" Goshen

Butler County:
4.93" Middletown
4.68" Liberty Township
4.45" Hamilton
4.04" West Chester Township
2.79" Shandon
2.76" Oxford
2.72" Fairfield
2.59" Blue Bell

Warren County:
4.50" Waynesville
4.16" Ridgeville
4.13" Franklin
3.26" Hamilton Township
3.14" Morrow
3.12" Kings Mills
2.88" Lebanon
2.81" Springboro

Northern Kentucky:
5.15" Newport
5.06" Bellevue
4.71" Wilder
4.68" Covington
4.68" Park Hills
4.52" Alexandria
4.32" Fort Wright
4.19" Highland Heights
4.07" Fort Thomas
3.96" Independence
3.82" Cold Spring
3.81" Latonia Lakes
3.49" Falmouth
3.22" Maysville
3.07" Florence
3.05" Walton
2.48" Burlington
2.43" Union
2.02" Dry Ridge

Southeast Indiana:
2.26" Bright
2.25" Lawrenceburg