Few Scattered Light Showers this FridayApril 18th, 2013 at 7:20 am by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
WATCH WOOD-TV for the latest on the historic rain/flood situation! 3.3″ of rain yesterday (Thu.) – wettest April day ever. 4.27″ of rain in 28 hours and 9.5″ in the last 13 days. This is now the wettest April ever. We have also had measurable rain 13 days in a row.. Radar here. This is a dangerous Flash Flood situation with the possibility of record water levels on creeks and rivers and significant ponding of water on roads. My sump pump has been running continuously!
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