(OLNEY) The Richland County Farm Bureau’s weekly rainfall report shows precipitation totals up until 10:00 yesterday morning range from a third of an inch to right at one inch of rain. The highest amount of rain over the past week was one inch even (1.00) in Preston Township followed by eight tenths of an inch (0.80) in one of the Bonpas Township sites. The German Township reading measured seven tenths of an inch (0.70), followed by Claremont Township and the Farm Bureau Office in Olney, which each received six tenths of an inch (0.60). A half inch of rain (0.50) fell in both Denver and Noble Townships, followed by four tenths of an inch (0.40) in both Decker and Madison Townships and thirty-five hundredths of an inch (0.35) recorded in both the Olney and second Bonpas Township locations. Here at the WVLN-WSEI National Weather Service Weather Station, at the south edge of Olney, we recorded sixty-four hundredths of an inch (0.64) of rain, all falling last Thursday through Thursday night. In comparison, we received 2.18 inches a year ago this week in 2017 here at the WVLN-WSEI studios.