Category Archives: CoCoRaHS

August 21-23 rainfall (Closed)

Thunderstorms producing very heavy rainfall spread across northern and eastern Oklahoma from late on the 21st through the morning of the 22nd.  The heaviest in this six county CoCoRaHS area fell across Garfield and Payne counties.

A Kay County CoCoRaHS site 0.4 SSW of Tonkawa reported 5.25 inches of rain Saturday morning.

CoCoRaHS rainfall:

2.04 inches – OK-PY-9 – 3.0 W GLENCOE

1.34 inches – OK-GD-9 – 3.3 W ENID

1.12 inches – OK-PY-10 – 0.6 WNW YALE

1.07 inches – OK-GD-7 – 3.6 WNW ENID

0.45 inches – OK-LG-13 – 6 N LUTHER

0.02 inches – OK-CN-18 – 2.8 SSE YUKON

 

August 18/19, 2015 Rainfall (Closed)

Several rounds of showers and thunderstorms produced beneficial rainfall across the CoCoRaHS six county area.  For the second event in a row, the heaviest precipitation fell across part of northern Blaine County.  Radar rainfall estimates of 1.5 to 2 inches were painted across northern Kingfisher County and southern Garfield County.

CoCoRaHS rainfall:

1.30 INCHES – OK-PY-16 – 0.4 E YALE

1.22 INCHES – OK-PY-10 – 0.6 WNW YALE

1.18 INCHES – OK-KN-4 – 3.6 NW DOVER

0.99 INCHES – OK-LG-6 – 3.7 NNW GUTHRIE

0.98 INCHES – OK-BL-2 – 2.4 NE FAY

0.96 INCHES – OK-GD-9 – 3.3 W ENID

0.93 INCHES – OK-PY-9 – 3.0 W GLENCOE

0.91 INCHES – OK-BL-1 – 9.8 WNW GEARY

0.87 INCHES – OK-CN-16 – 1.5 WNW PIEDMONT

0.87 INCHES – OK-KN-1 – 11.8 W OKARCHE

0.85 INCHES – OK-GD-7 – 3.6 WNW ENID

0.84 INCHES – OK-CN-12 – 1.5 NE PIEDMONT

0.80 INCHES – OK-KN-2 – 0.4 NE OKARCHE

0.79 INCHES – OK-LG-15 – 9.4 NNW GUTHRIE

0.73 INCHES – OK-CN-23 – 1.8 NNE CALUMET

0.72 INCHES – OK-LG-2 – 1.9 S GUTHRIE

0.64 INCHES – OK-LG-11 – 2.9 N GUTHRIE

0.62 INCHES – OK-CN-18 – 2.8 SSE YUKON

0.60 INCHES – OK-LG-14 – 6.2 NNW EDMOND

0.58 INCHES – OK-LG-3 – 5.8 NNE EDMOND

0.56 INCHES – OK-LG-16 – 6.7 SE GUTHRIE

0.53 INCHES – OK-CN-25 – 3.3 S YUKON

0.53 INCHES – OK-LG-3 – 4.3 NNE EDMOND

0.40 INCHES – OK-CN-1 – 0.2 SE MUSTANG

0.35 INCHES – OK-LG-13 – 6.0 N LUTHER

0.27 INCHES – OK-CN-24 – 3.9 SE YUKON

 

August 14, 2015 Rainfall (Closed)

Morning showers and thunderstorms moved southward across the CoCoRaHS six county area.  The heaviest precipitation fell across northern and eastern Blaine County, and western sections of Kingfisher and Canadian counties, where some estimates reached 2 to 2.5 inches.

CoCoRaHS rainfall:

2.05 INCHES – OK-CN-23 – 1.8 NNE CALUMET

0.56 INCHES – OK-CN-24 – 3.9 SE YUKON

0.53 INCHES – OK-CN-18 – 2.8 SSE YUKON

0.49 INCHES – OK-LG-15 – 9.4 NNW GUTHRIE

0.48 INCHES – OK-LG-6 – 3.7 NNW GUTHRIE

0.45 INCHES – OK-CN-16 – 1.5 WNW PIEDMONT

0.37 INCHES – OK-KN-2 – 0.4 NE OKARCHE

0.35 INCHES – OK-GD-9 – 3.3 W ENID

0.34 INCHES – OK-CN-1 – 0.2 SE MUSTANG

0.30 INCHES – OK-CN-12 – 1.5 NE PIEDMONT

0.25 INCHES – OK-LG-11 – 2.9 N GUTHRIE

0.21 INCHES – OK-GD-7 – 3.6 WNW ENID

0.20 INCHES – OK-LG-3 – 4.3 NNE EDMOND

0.10 INCHES – OK-LG-10 – 5.8 NNE EDMOND

0.08 INCHES – OK-LG-16 – 6.7 SE GUTHRIE

0.07 INCHES – OK-LG-2 – 1.9 S GUTHRIE

0.06 INCHES – OK-LG-13 – 6.0 N LUTHER

Volunteer Observers Needed (Blaine, Canadian, Kingfisher, Garfield, Logan, Payne counties)

The short and quick of it, this network still needs observers everywhere!   Many thanks to the dedicated observers that are already spread across the area.  However, as the map here shows, there are some large holes to fill!  The stations painted green on the map are active stations.  Red stations are those that have either been closed out, or haven’t submitted an observation in several months.

As the coordinator for the above listed counties, I am particularly interested in new volunteers in those areas.  If you need more information or help signing up, please contact me at david@okweatherwatch.com

The CoCoRaHS network is needing observers nationwide.  Information on how to sign up can be found at http://www.cocorahs.org

Serving as county coordinator for these six counties of central and northern Oklahoma.

Serving as county coordinator for these six counties of central and northern Oklahoma.