30 Day Rainfall Totals in Central Illinois

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CENTRAL ILLINOIS (WCIA) – The last 30 days have brought heavy rain, multiple rounds of flooding, tornadoes and more across the region. Here’s a look at county-by-county reports of rainfall totals in the WCIA 3 Viewing area. Reports are using the closest town to the observation site, which could be a few miles away. Reports are also aggregated data from CoCoRaHS and automated rain gauges managed by NOAA/NWS.

Cass County:
Virginia – 9.75″
Arenzville – 7.61″

Champaign County:
Homer – 13.03″
Ogden – 10.87
Champaign – 9.84″
Fisher – 9.33″
Savoy – 9.22″
Longview – 9.15″
Sidney – 8.89″
Broadlands – 8.45″
Willard Airport – 7.89″
Rantoul – 7.74″
Mahomet – 7.66″
Philo – 7.63″
Foosland – 7.41″
Sadorus – 6.30″
St. Joseph – 6.01″

Christian County:
Assumption – 10.54″
Pana – 10.20″
Taylorville – 8.97″
Morrisonville – 8.34″
Edinburg – 7.15″

Clark County:
Marshall – 8.00″
Casey – 7.46″

Coles County:
Mattoon – 12.00″
Coles Airport – 11.97″
Lerna – 9.36″
Charleston – 7.74″

Crawford County:
Hutsonville – 9.12″
Robinson – 7.38″

Cumberland County:
Neoga – 7.92″

De Witt County:
Farmer City – 14.27″
Clinton – 9.30″

Douglas County:
Newman – 13.42″
Tuscola – 9.39″
Murdock – 8.51″
Camargo – 7.58″

Edgar County:
Chrisman – 10.52″
Paris – 10.22″

Effingham County:
Watson – 9.22″
Effingham – 9.07″
Beecher City – 8.64″
Altamont – 8.10″
Effingham Airprt. – 7.91″

Fayette County:
Vandalia – 8.52″
Ramsey – 8.39″

Ford County:
Gibson City – 9.57″
Melvin – 8.10″
SIbley – 9.31″

Iroquois County:
Ashkum – 11.32″
Cissna Park – 10.07″
Chebanse – 9.14″
Clifton – 8.55″
Cissna Park – 7.96″
Crescent City – 6.22″
Watseka – 5.66″

Jasper County:
Yale – 7.77″
Newton – 7.02″

Livingston County:
Emington – 12.35″
Strawn – 11.34″
Chatsworth – 10.22″
Dwight – 9.93″
Pontiac – 8.50″
Cropsey – 7.67″
Streator – 6.39″

Logan County:
Hartsburg – 13.92″
Mount Pulaski – 13.13″
Lawndale – 11.14″
Lake Fork – 10.90″
Latham – 10.66″
New Holland – 9.98″
Lincoln – 9.12″
Emden – 9.01″
Chestnut – 8.66″
Beason – 7.47″
NWS Office – 5.98″

Macon County:
Decatur – 10.00″
Argenta – 9.35″
Oreana – 8.43″

Macoupin County:
Mount Olive – 10.07″
Medora – 8.17″
Carlinville – 7.79″
Girard – 6.43″

McLean County:
Heyworth – 18.79″
Bloomington – 15.92″
Fox Creek – 15.45″
Miller Park – 14.10″
Arrowsmith – 13.91″
Ellsworth – 13.30″
Empire – 12.84″
Le Roy – 11.91″
Normal – 11.31″
Arrowsmith – 10.79″
Ellsworth – 10.37″
Towanda – 10.02″
Danvers – 9.81″
Carlock – 7.85″
Lexington – 6.41″

Menard County:
Tallula – 14.30″
Petersburg – 10.46″
Athens – 9.40″
Foggy Bottom – 7.77:

Montgomery County:
Ohlman – 8.17″
Nokomis – 7.52″

Morgan County:
Jacksonville – 11.33″
Murrayville – 9.60″

Moultrie County:
Hammond – 8.49″
Lovington – 8.47″
Arthur – 8.95″
Sullivan – 8.26″

Piatt County:
Allerton Park – 9.70″
Mansfield – 9.27″
Voorhies – 9.05″
Bement – 9.00″
Monticello – 8.86″
White Heath – 8.68″
Cisco – 8.46″
Atwood – 8.31″
Cerro Gordo – 7.92″
White Heath – 7.64

Sangamon County:
Sherman – 12.83″
Buffalo – 12.81″
Riverton – 12.52″
Springfield – 11.78″
Riverton – 11.52″
Chatham – 10.00″
Lincoln Airport – 9.88″

Shelby County:
Cowden – 11.91″
Moweaqua – 11.50″
Shelbyville – 9.90″
Mode – 7.86″

Vermilion County:
Danville – 11.84″
Georgetown – 11.75″
Hoopeston – 11.32″
Sidell – 10.24″
Bismarck – 10.10″
Hoopeston – 9.94″
Henning – 8.45″

INDIANA:

Benton County:

Fountain County:
Covington – 9.23″

Parke County:
Rockville – 12.50″
Russellville – 4.41″

Vermillion County:
Perrysville – 9.12″

Warren County:
Pence – 8.94″

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