Four Feet Of Rain Falls In 90 Days In SE Oklahoma

Wednesday, July 8th 2015, 12:10 pm
By: News On 6

A whole lot of rain has fallen across Oklahoma over the past three months.  

According to the latest Oklahoma Mesonet numbers released Wednesday, some parts of southern and southeast Oklahoma have recorded between three and a half feet to just over four feet of rain.

Mesonet's rain charts for the past 90 days show 48.8 inches of rain in Tishomingo in Johnston County.

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McAlester has seen 43.1 inches and Eufaula 42.3 inches of rain for the same period.

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According to the Mesonet, Tulsa has recorded 29 inches and Skiatook 25.7 inches over the past 90 days. Tahlequah shows 34 inches and Bristow 31.1 inches of rain.

To see the amount of rain near your location, check out Mesonet's website.