Eastern Oklahoma rainfall data.

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
1131 AM CDT THU JUN 28 2007

…A WET JUNE CONTINUES IN EASTERN OKLAHOMA…

PERSISTENT RAINS HAVE PRODUCED ONE THE WETTEST JUNES EVER RECORDED
ACROSS PORTIONS OF EASTERN OKLAHOMA. THE PRESENCE OF A TROUGH OF
LOW PRESSURE ALOFT HAS AIDED IN THE PRODUCTION OF WIDESPREAD
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE AREA FOR MOST OF THE MONTH.
WHILE MANY LOCATIONS HAVE SEEN NEAR NORMAL TO SLIGHTLY ABOVE
NORMAL RAINFALL…A FEW AREAS EXPERIENCED SIGNIFICANTLY ABOVE
NORMAL RAINFALL.

THE MOST NOTABLE OF THESE IS THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
RAINFALL REPORTING LOCATION NEAR DEWAR WHERE 18.11 INCHES OF
RAINFALL HAS BEEN RECORDED SO FAR THIS MONTH. NORMAL RAINFALL IN
JUNE FOR THAT PARTICULAR SITE IS ABOUT FOUR AND A HALF INCHES.

OTHER LOCATIONS RECEIVING SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL THIS MONTH INCLUDE:

LOCATION INCHES OF RAINFALL FOR JUNE SO FAR

MANNFORD 6NW 13.45
OILTON 13.09 *
BRISTOW 12.75 *
CLAYTON 14WNW 12.61
MIAMI 11.50
OKMULGEE 11.30 *
OKEMAH 10.94
BIXBY 9.74 *
BURBANK 9.56
LENAPAH 8.94
WANN 8.94
JONES RIVERSIDE AIRPORT 8.29
ASHLAND 7.82
TALIHINA 7.74 *
BARTLESVILLE AIRPORT 7.72
SPAVINAW DAM 7.44
RALSTON 6.49

*OKLAHOMA MESONET DATA

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