Nearly 5 inches of rain fell in parts of Northeast Ohio over the past 48 hours

Nearly 5 inches of rain fell in parts of Northeast Ohio over the past 48 hours
Flooding in Akron (Source: Provided to WOIO)

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Torrential downpours have doused Northeast Ohio throughout the weekend, leaving many areas dealing with localized flooding.

It has to go somewhere. The volume of water coming over Chagrin Falls is deafening.

Posted by Cleveland 19 News on Monday, June 17, 2019

The National Weather Service compiled a list of the highest rain totals recorded over a 48-hour span.

The heaviest rainfall reports were found across Richland, Ashland, Wayne, and Summit counties.

We’re headed to Rittman, OH where this morning’s flash floods left a huge mess. Here’s a video from Branden Markevich:

Posted by Hannah Catlett on Monday, June 17, 2019

In Wadsworth, 4.74 inches of rain was measured since Saturday; the highest amounts in northern Ohio.

The total measured in Cleveland as of 7 a.m. Monday is 1.72 inches.

According to the National Weather Service (location and amount, time and date):

  • WADSWORTH 4.74 IN, 0714 AM 06/17
  • SITE 2-1MI.NE 4.60 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • BARBERTON 4.15 IN, 0706 AM 06/17
  • SHELBY 3.98 IN, 0707 AM 06/17
  • SEVILLE 3.53 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • UNIONTOWN 3.50 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • BARBERTON 3.48 IN, 0715 AM 06/17
  • FAIRLAWN 3.01 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • AUSTINTOWN 2.83 IN, 0710 AM 06/17
  • TALLMADGE 2.64 IN, 0705 AM 06/17
  • SHARON TOWNSHIP 2.63 IN, 0701 AM 06/17
  • NEWTON FALLS 2.58 IN, 0709 AM 06/17
  • KENT 2.53 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • 1 SW MUNROE FALLS 2.49 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • SAGAMORE HILLS 2.35 IN, 0710 AM 06/17
  • MENTOR 2.32 IN, 0705 AM 06/17
  • BATH 2.30 IN, 0600 AM 06/17
  • CENTERBURG 2.28 IN, 0701 AM 06/17
  • NORTH CANTON 2.12 IN, 0701 AM 06/17
  • MARION 2.06 IN, 0701 AM 06/17
  • BELOIT 2.04 IN, 0714 AM 06/17
  • YOUNGSTOWN 2.02 IN, 0710 AM 06/17
  • 2 WNW BUCYRUS 1.97 IN, 0715 AM 06/17
  • SOLON 1.88 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • TITUSVILLE 1.73 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • ROME 1.72 IN, 0707 AM 06/17
  • CLEVELAND 1.72 IN, 0710 AM 06/17
  • HOMERVILLE 1.71 IN, 0708 AM 06/17
  • 1 SSE CHURCHILL 1.70 IN, 0714 AM 06/17
  • AUBURN 1.69 IN, 0710 AM 06/17
  • YOUNGSTOWN 1.68 IN, 0709 AM 06/17
  • YOUNGSTOWN 1.60 IN, 0706 AM 06/17
  • 6 SSE GALION, 1.59 IN 0715 AM 06/17
  • MARENGO 1.52 IN, 0703 AM 06/17
  • MORELAND HILLS 1.47 IN, 1229 AM 06/17
  • TWINSBURG 1.47 IN, 0701 AM 06/17
  • NEW LONDON 1.46 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • CLEVELAND HEIGHTS 1.45 IN, 0715 AM 06/17
  • MT. VERNON 1.41 IN, 0701 AM 06/17
  • MEDINA 1.35 IN, 0708 AM 06/17
  • LIBERTY 1.35 IN, 0705 AM 06/17
  • HARPERSFIELD 1.31 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • HUDSON 1.30 IN, 0710 AM 06/17
  • WATTSBURG 1.29 IN, 0701 AM 06/17
  • MENTOR 1.26 IN, 0645 AM 06/17
  • 4 SSE PAINESVILLE 1.23 IN, 0714 AM 06/17
  • SITE 2 1.20 IN, 0615 AM 06/17
  • 3 NW UPPER SANDUSKY 1.13 IN, 0714 AM 06/17
  • EASTLAKE 1.04 IN, 0700 AM 06/17
  • BROOK PARK 1.00 IN, 0707 AM 06/17

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