RAIN TOTALS: Soggy mid-week, more rain coming

Rain started Wednesday morning and fell pretty consistently across the Miami Valley for about 24 hours. Rain totals were impressive and more showers are on the way for the rest of the week.

RELATED: Windy and Wet conditions linger into Thursday

Here's how much rain fell in your neighborhood as of 8:30 a.m.:

AUGLAIZE:

St. Marys: 0.65 inches

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BUTLER:

Oxford: 0.78 inches

Middletown: 0.68 inches

CHAMPAIGN:

Urbana: 0.95 inches

CLARK: 

New Carlisle: 1 inch

Springfield: 0.84 inches

CLINTON:

Wilmington: 0.80 inches

DARKE:

Greenville: 0.98 inches

GREENE:

Wright-Patterson AFB: 1.03 inches

Fairborn: 1 inch

Beavercreek: 0.81 inches

LOGAN: 

Degraff: 0.59 inches

MIAMI:

Tipp City: 1.15 inches

Troy: 0.64 inches

Piqua: 0.97 inches

MONTGOMERY:

Kettering: 1.12 inches

Huber Heights: 0.96 inches

Dayton Airport: 0.92 inches

Oakwood: 0.84 inches

Dayton: 0.74 inches

Miamisburg: 0.62 inches

PREBLE:

Eaton: 1.10 inches

SHELBY:

Fort Loramie: 0.83 inches

WARREN:

Springboro: 0.70 inches

Lebanon: 0.84 inches

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