The rain may be over, but rivers remain in flood stage and some area roadways are closed due to high water.
Dayton set a record with 1.84 inches of rain on Saturday, which broke the old record for daily rainfall of 1.63 inches set in 2016.
Officially with 5.4-inches this month, February 2018 ranks fourth in rainfall totals in the Miami Valley, according to Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini.
How much did your area see? Following are 24-hour rainfall totals Saturday through Sunday, reported in inches by the National Weather Service.
2.89, Beckett Ridge, near West Chester
2.13, Butler County Regional Airport
2.35, South Charleston
2.23, Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport
2.76, southwest of Greenville
2.35, near Fairborn
0.92, east of Bellefontaine
1.60, Tipp City
2.30, West Carrollton
2.16, Huber Heights
1.95, Dayton International Airport
2.23, Five Points
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