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How much rain did we get this morning?

More than 2" of rain fell in some locations
Posted: 10:09 AM, Aug 15, 2016
Updated: 2016-08-15 10:28:46-04
How much rain did we get this morning?

Intense rain showers pushed across the Tri-State between 3 to 9 a.m. Monday, and the amount of rain left behind was nothing short of impressive!

CVG airport, the official recording site for Cincinnati, picked up 1.34" of rain. Today's record rain amount is 1.37".

Check out the rainfall totals that just came in from the local storm spotter network:

3" or higher:

  • Bridgetown North - 3.00"

2-2.99" rain reports:

  • Lebanon: 2.74"
  • Port William: 2.70"
  • Cheviot: 2.58"
  • Montgomery: 2.50"
  • Mason: 2.42"
  • Dillonvale: 2.39"
  • Loveland: 2.30"
  • Madeira: 2.26"
  • Wyoming: 2.24"
  • Hebron: 2.22"
  • North College Hill: 2.13"
  • Brookville: 2.00"

1-1.99" rain reports

  • Kenwood: 1.92"
  • Evendale: 1.91"
  • Cincinnati Lunken Airport: 1.88"
  • North College Hill: 1.84"
  • Somerville: 1.82"
  • Bright: 1.80"
  • Mount Carmel: 1.80"
  • Rising Sun: 1.76"
  • Maineville: 1.76"
  • Vevay: 1.74"
  • Burlington: 1.67"
  • Union: 1.67"
  • Fayetteville: 1.66"
  • Fort Wright: 1.64"
  • Wilmington: 1.53"
  • Park Hills: 1.52"
  • Sanders: 1.41"
  • CVG: 1.32"
  • Bellevue: 1.26"
  • Oakbrook: 1.26"
  • Hamilton: 1.20"
  • Bryantsburg: 1.71"
  • Friendship: 1.66"
  • Laurel: 1.17"
  • Dillsboro: 1.02"

For more rain reports (because the list is LONG), head to THIS LINK for the full list from the National Weather Service.

As always, you can read the latest forecast from the 9 First Warning Weather Team here.