Record-breaking rain in Dayton region: How much did you receive in the last 72 hours?

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Major flooding in Tipp City

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Steady and heavy rainfall worked across the Miami Valley over the last 48 hours with some areas receiving nearly 4 inches of rain.

Wednesday and Thursday were record-breaking days when it came to rain in the Dayton area.

“At the Dayton International Airport a new daily rainfall record was set when 1.22 inches of rain fell. The old record was 1.06 inches set in 1991. Thursday, more heavy rain broke a record again as 1.91 inches of rain fell, smashing the old record of 1.14 inches set back in 1991”, said Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini.

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The rain led to localized flooding in which Flood warnings and watches were issued, area rivers being at risk of flood stage, and many roadways closed due to high water.

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There doesn't have to be a lot of water to be dangerous when driving through flooded roads.

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The following are 72-hour rainfall totals, recorded through 10 a.m. Friday, reported in inches by the National Weather Service:

AUGLAIZE

1.45, Minster

1.25, Wapakoneta

BUTLER

3.44, Hamilton

3.39, East Mount Caramel

3.23, Beckett Ridge

3.17, Butler County Regional Airport

2.92, Middletown

2.86, New Miami

2.58, Millville

2.43, Monroe

CHAMPAIGN

3.15, Urbana

2.80, Mad River near Urbana

CLARK

3.45, Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport

2.81, New Carlisle

2.60, Springfield

2.15, Lawrenceville

CLINTON

3.20, Wilmington Air Park

3.10, Wilmington

DARKE

3.01, Potsdam

2.20, Versailles

GREENE

2.92, Huffman Dam - Mad River Dayton

2.41, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

2.10, Beavercreek

2.02, Spring Valley

LOGAN 

2.04, Bellefontaine

MIAMI

3.45, Tipp City

2.72, Pleasant Hill

2.55, Troy

MONTGOMERY

3.16 Dayton International Airport

3.02 Near Centerville

2.76, Dayton Wright Brothers Airport

2.72 Stillwater River in Englewood

2.66 Near Huber Heights

2.65 Kettering

2.63 Miamisburg

PREBLE

4.10 Eaton

SHELBY

2.40, Sidney

WARREN

3.62 Kings Mills

3.61, South Lebanon

3.01, Five Points

2.79, Maineville

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Major flooding at Greene Co. park

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