As of press time Wednesday, rain continued to fall in Central Oklahoma.
As of 8 a.m. Wednesday the Purcell area had recorded 3.3” since the monsoon began Monday.
That hefty amount of rain lifted the year-to-date rain bucket total for Purcell to 20.3” compared to 14.24” for this same time last year.
In comparison, Oklahoma City has recorded 12.15” with the normal year-to-date total setting at an even 13”. OKC had recorded 9.79” this time in 2021.
The Oklahoma mesonet reported Washington received 2.75” in the three days while Byars received 3.07”.
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