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Rainfall from Tropical Storm Gordon topped 8 inches in parts of Tri-State

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Posted: 10:29 AM, Sep 09, 2018
Updated: 2018-09-09 23:28:21Z
Rainfall totals so far from Gordon
Rainfall totals so far from Gordon
Rainfall totals so far from Gordon
Rainfall totals so far from Gordon
Rainfall totals so far from Gordon
Rainfall totals so far from Gordon
Rainfall totals so far from Gordon

The remnants of Tropical Storm Gordon made it to the Tri-State this weekend and left record-breaking rainfall - up to 8 inches in some areas, less than 2 inches in others.

CVG picked up 3.92 on Saturday alone, and the 72-hour total shows 4.61 inches of rain fell. 

Here are totals from around the Tri-State:

Indiana Totals

  • 5.83" Ohio County (3 miles SE of Aurora)
  • 5.12" Connersville
  • 4.89" Moores Hill
  • 4.81" Versailles
  • 4.48" Batesville
  • 4.48" Sunman
  • 4.44" Aurora
  • 4.42" Lawrenceburg
  • 3.11" Vevay
  • 2.08" Alpine

Kentucky Totals

  • 8.11" Crestview
  • 7.49" Alexandria
  • 7.46" Glencoe
  • 7.43" Visalia
  • 7.01" Piner
  • 6.84" Moscow
  • 6.44" Edgewood
  • 5.86" Oakbrook
  • 5.22" Fort Wright
  • 4.61" CVG Airport
  • 4.28" Union
  • 4.03" Mount Olivet
  • 3.70" Augusta
  • 3.68" Gunpowder Creek near Union
  • 2.95" Brooksville
  • 2.45" Hebron
  • 2.34" Hayes
  • 1.30" Newport

Ohio Totals

  • 8.00" Norwood
  • 7.57" Bellevue
  • 7.57" Mount Repose
  • 6.56" Covedale
  • 6.54" Anderson Township
  • 6.45" Mount Orab
  • 6.09" Belfast
  • 5.55" Mack South
  • 5.03" Bridgetown North
  • 5.00" Amelia
  • 5.00" Madeira
  • 4.80" Mount Healthy
  • 4.74" North College Hill
  • 4.72" Lynchburg
  • 4.40" Terrace Park
  • 4.11" West Union
  • 4.08" Ripley
  • 4.04" Lunken Airport
  • 4.02" Cherry Grove
  • 3.84" Hamilton
  • 3.64" South Lebanon
  • 3.55" Mount Carmel
  • 3.52" Fairfield
  • 3.50" Beckett Ridge
  • 3.48" Kenwood
  • 3.45" Hillsboro
  • 3.41" Georgetown
  • 3.32" Summerside
  • 3.27" Five Points
  • 3.18" Millville
  • 3.11" Mason
  • 3.00" Sharonville
  • 2.94" Fayetteville
  • 2.70" Wilmington
  • 2.55" Monroe
  • 1.87" Landen