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March 9-10, 2009 storm summary

March 11, 2009

As of 8:30 AM this morning, a total of 0.12″ has fallen in the last 24 hours. This brings the 2-day storm total to 0.62″.

The 4-day storm total was 3.52″. No additional creek rises were observed from rain in the past 48 hours. In fact, the creek level had fallen sufficiently enough that village workers were clearing debris from beneath Illini Drive yesterday morning.

A graphical chart showing how the rain fell in the past four days will be created this afternoon, and this post will be updated then.

The next new post will not be until Saturday, when a weekly summary will be posted. The next chance of rain will not be until Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.

Update

Graphical rain summary for 3-7-2009 through 3-10-2009

Graphical rain summary for 3-7-2009 through 3-10-2009. Click for full size. Green values are the daily CoCoRaHS reports, while red values refer to supplemental intense precipitation reports.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. March 11, 2009 10:11 am

    I like the new blog! Great information. I drove from STL to Oshkosh on Sunday, and I noticed many of the gullys along HWY 39/51 were running like rivers to/from the farm fields.

    • lpangelrob permalink*
      March 12, 2009 1:25 pm

      Sure; this blog is public, although its audience is potentially limited (being that its primary focus is documenting the impacts of measurable rain on a specific flood plain). Also, during drier times, I will likely only be updating weekly.

      Thanks!
      Robert

  2. March 12, 2009 1:18 pm

    Wow, this is a great blog! Is it ok if I add your blog link to my blog list?

    -Chris
    http://www.weatherscout.blogspot.com

  3. March 12, 2009 1:18 pm

    WOW, great blog! Is it ok if I add it to my blog list?

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