Rainfall totals continue to grow in Northeast Ohio, more heavy rain expected Thursday

Rainfall totals continue to grow in Northeast Ohio, more heavy rain expected Thursday
Canal Fulton faces its worst flooding in decades

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - A much-needed break in the rain is expected Wednesday, but many communities across Northeast Ohio are still under water, with more rain expected in the forecast tomorrow.

Thursday has already been singled out as a 19 First Alert Weather Day, due to continued flood concerns with heavy rain and thunderstorms once again in the forecast.

The National Weather Service compiled a list of the highest rain totals recorded over a 72-hour span, with some of the highest recorded totals coming in Uniontown, Barberton and Wadsworth.

LOCATION AMOUNT TIME DATE
UNIONTOWN 5.36 INCHES 11:18 PM 6/18
1 NE CONGRESS 5.30 INCHES 10:45 PM 6/18
BARBERTON 5.08 INCHES 11:18 PM 6/18
WADSWORTH 4.68 INCHES 11:24 PM 6/18
SHELBY 4.14 INCHES 11:24 PM 6/18
AUSTINTOWN 3.74 INCHES 11:19 PM 6/18
SEVILLE 3.50 INCHES 11:20 PM 6/18
YOUNGSTOWN 3.13 INCHES 11:25 PM 6/18
BELOIT 3.00 INCHES 11:24 PM 6/18
NORTH CANTON 2.75 INCHES 11:16 PM 6/18
FAIRLAWN 2.66 INCHES 11:15 PM 6/18
1 SSE CHURCHILL 2.46 INCHES 11:24 PM 6/18
SHARON TOWNSHIP 2.41 INCHES 11:16 PM 6/18
6 SSE GALION 2.40 INCHES 11:25 PM 6/18
KENT 2.34 INCHES 11:15 PM 6/18
LIBERTY 2.28 INCHES 11:20 PM 6/18
CENTERBURG 1.82 INCHES 11:22 PM 6/18
MARENGO 1.81 INCHES 11:03 PM 6/18
MARION 1.70 INCHES 11:15 PM 6/18
MT. VERNON 1.34 INCHES 11:01 PM 6/18
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS 1.25 INCHES 11:25 PM 6/18
MEDINA 1.08 INCHES 11:23 PM 6/18
HUDSON 1.04 INCHES 11:20 PM 6/19

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