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Here's how much rain has fallen in your hometown through Thursday morning

More heavy rain is expected through Sunday
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Posted at 8:09 AM, Feb 22, 2018
and last updated 2018-02-22 09:37:32-05

Soaking showers came down overnight and continued into the Thursday morning commute. Here's a look at the 24-hour rainfall totals (from 7 a.m. Wednesday to 7 a.m. Thursday) across the Tri-State.

3.01" - Mt. Olivet, Kentucky
2.84" - Sardis, Ohio
2.80" - Maysville, Kentucky
2.50" - Rome, Ohio
2.35" - Hayes, Ohio
2.27" - Aberdeen, Ohio
2.22" - Ripley, Ohio
1.76" - CVG Airport
1.59" - Union, Kentucky
1.44" - Independence, Kentucky
1.39" - Covington, Kentucky
1.37" - Lunken Airport
1.32" - Mount Washington (Cincinnati)
1.26" - Cheviot, Ohio
1.03" - Dillsboro, Indiana
1.02" - Goshen, Ohio
0.97" - Batesville, Indiana
0.96" - Wilmington, Ohio
0.94" - Owensville, Ohio
0.93" - Butler County Airport
0.90" - Westwood (Cincinnati)
0.89" - Mount Healthy, Ohio
0.88" - Landen, Ohio
0.75" - Port William, Ohio

Radar estimated totals through 7 a.m. Thursday

Don't forget, there is more rain coming for Friday, Saturday and Sunday as two more waves of low pressure impact the Ohio Valley. In all, 3 to 4 inches of rain should fall in the Tri-State with isolated reports up to 5 inches of rain. Check the latest forecast on our weather page here.