10th wettest November day on record!

COLUMBUS (WCMH) – Sunday a slow moving frontal boundary not only produced at least a half dozen tornadoes across Ohio, but produced epic rainfall for the month of November.  In Columbus we saw nearly 2″ of rainfall in a month that normally only sees 3.2″ of rainfall.

 

In Columbus 1.72″ of rain fell, it was the 10th wettest day in November in history in the city:

  1. 2.18″  11-18-1881
  2. 2.38″  11-10-1985
  3. 1.91″  11-9-1895
  4. 1.19″  11-6-1880
  5. 1.86″  11-4-1936
  6. 1.82″  11-16-1955
  7. 1.79″  11-23-1891
  8. 1.77″  11-16-1927
  9. 1.76″  11-25-2010
  10. 1.72″  11-5-2017

Around Central/Southern Ohio, Columbus wouldn’t even be in the top half of the highest rainfall reports:

Below are rainfall totals for Sunday (11/5) and through the event into Monday (11/6).

 

  • 4.56″  Westerville – South Hoover Reservoir
  • 4.15″  Chillicothe
  • 4.08″  Hallsville
  • 4.00″  Millfield
  • 3.96″  Mount Sterling
  • 3.60″  Andersonville
  • 3.56″  Salt Fork Lake
  • 3.47″  Laurelville
  • 3.44″  Trimble
  • 3.40″  Nelsonville
  • 3.18″  Canal Winchester
  • 3.15″  Summit Hill
  • 2.97″  Ross County Airport
  • 2.96″  Groveport
  • 2.93″  London
  • 2.82″  Rockbridge
  • 2.80″  Albany
  • 2.80″  Deer Creek Lake
  • 2.75″  Waverly
  • 2.71″  Glouster
  • 2.70″  Galena
  • 2.69″  Lancaster
  • 2.64″  McConnelsville
  • 2.64″  Reynoldsburg
  • 2.61″  Athens
  • 2.56″  Corning
  • 2.51″  New Albany
  • 2.48″  Paint Creek Lake
  • 2.48″  Plain City – Jonathan Alder HS
  • 2.48″  Quaker City
  • 2.48″  Williamsport
  • 2.47″  Cambridge
  • 2.45″  Pickerington
  • 2.44″  Marion
  • 2.43″  Columbus – Bolton Field
  • 2.41″  Leesburg
  • 2.41″  Washington Court House
  • 2.37″  Granville
  • 2.36″  Columbus – Downtown
  • 2.35″  Zanesville
  • 2.33″  Newark
  • 2.32″  Kimbolton
  • 2.30″  Fayette County Airport
  • 2.28″  Gahanna
  • 2.25″  Apple Valley
  • 2.24″  Hilliard
  • 2.24″  New Castle
  • 2.24″  New Lexington
  • 2.22″  Columbus – John Glenn International Aiport
  • 2.21″  Senacaville
  • 2.14″  Beverly
  • 2.12″  Amanda
  • 2.12″  Pataskala
  • 2.12″  Pleasant City
  • 2.08″  Circleville
  • 2.08″  Dublin
  • 2.04″  Delaware
  • 2.03″  Alexandria
  • 2.03″  Roseville
  • 1.96″  Columbus – OSU Airport
  • 1.93″  Mount Vernon
  • 1.84″  Coshocton
  • 1.80″  Upper Arlington
  • 1.76″  Mount Gilead
  • 1.70″  Croton
  • 1.70″  Galion
  • 1.48″  Marysville
  • 1.40″  Utica
  • 1.20″  Frazeysburg
  • 1.14″  West Jefferson
  • 1.08″  Kenton
  • 0.96″  Beaver
  • 0.92″  Lucasville
  • 0.48″  Crooksville

 

If you ever get heavy rain, snow, or have questions about any kind of weather, email me: dmazza@wcmh.com

-Dave

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