Rain totals: Miami Valley soaked as showers continue to pour down on region

Showers continue to soak the Miami Valley, with parts of the area seeing nearly 5 inches of rainfall.

>> Rain drenches the Miami Valley, prompting multiple weather advisories, alerts

>> PHOTOS: Flooding blocks two roads after 2 days of heavy rain

Roads, rivers and creeks continue to flood, resulting in multiple weather advisories for the region.

The National Weather Service released the following rain totals late Tuesday morning for the previous 48 hours:

Auglaize County:

• New Bremen: 2.52 inches

• Wapakoneta: 2.53 inches

• St. Marys: 1.96 inches

• Minster: 1.15 inches

Butler County:

• Middletown: 4.93 inches

• Liberty Twp.: 4.68 inches

• Hamilton: 4.45 inches

• West Chester: 4.04 inches

• Shandon: 2.79 inches

• Oxford: 2.76 inches

• Fairfield: 2.72 inches

• Blue Ball: 2.59 inches 

Champaign County:

• Urbana: 2.46 inches

• Mechanicsburg: 1.89 inches

• St. Paris: 1.68 inches

Clark County:

• Springfield: 3.95 inches

• New Carlisle: 2.3 inches

• Lawrenceville: 2.04 inches

Darke County:

• Versailles: 2.46 inches

• Arcanum: 2.33 inches

• Greenville: 2.29 inches

• Rossburg: 1.95 inches

• Bradford: 1.84 inches

• Union City: 1.61 inches

• New Weston: 1.34 inches

Greene County:

• Bellbrook: 3.68 inches

• Centerville: 3.5 inches

• Wright-Patterson Air Force Base: 2.76 inches

• Beavercreek: 2.35 inches

• Xenia: 2.11 inches

• Yellow Springs: 2.05 inches

• Spring Valley: 1.71 inches

• Fairborn: 1.66 inches

Logan County:

• Huntsville: 3.64 inches

• Bellefontaine: 3.43 inches

• Lakeview: 2.03 inches

• De Graff: 1.81 inches

• Raymond: 1.39 inches

Miami County:

• Troy: 2.64 inches

• Pleasant Hill: 2.44 inches

• Piqua: 2.09 inches

• Tipp City: 2.07 inches

Montgomery County:

• Miamisburg: 4.74 inches

• Carlislie: 3.69 inches

• Englewood: 3.64 inches

• Germantown: 3.42 inches

• Farmersville: 3.21 inches

• Union: 3.1 inches

• Kettering: 2.85 inches

• Huber Heights: 2.82 inches

• Dayton: 2.72 inches

• Dayton International Airport: 2.68 inches

• New Lebanon: 2.56 inches

• Moraine: 2.42 inches

• Five Points: 2.39 inches

• Brooville: 2.25 inches

• Clayton: 2.04 inches

Preble County:

• Eaton: 2.63 inches

• Camden: 1.41 inches

Warren County:

• Mason: 4.50 inches

• Ridgeville: 4.16 inches

• Monroe: 3.66 inches

• Franklin: 3.46 inches

• Hamilton Twp.: 3.26 inches

• Morrow: 3.14 inches

• Kings Mill: 3.12 inches

• Waynesville: 3.9 inches

• Lebanon: 2.88 inches

• Springboro: 2.81 inches

• Lebanon: 2.76 inches

• South Lebanon: 2.22 inches

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