(OLNEY) In last week’s Richland County Farm Bureau’s rainfall report, it was another list of spotty totals noted among the nine county townships, with the recording period ending at 10:00 this past Monday morning. The highest amount of rain measured was seven tenths of an inch (0.70) in Decker Township, followed by Noble Township with a half inch (0.50), Madison Township with three tenths of an inch (0.30), Denver Township at two tenths (0.20), Olney Township with a tenth of an inch (0.10), and one of the Bonpas Township sites with a trace of precipitation. The other Bonpas Township site, along with the Farm Bureau office and the remaining three townships received no measurable rain during the seven days. Here at the WVLN-WSEI National Weather Service Weather Station, at the south edge of Olney, we recorded a tenth of an inch of rain (0.10), all of which fell last Friday. In comparison, we had twenty-seven hundredths (0.27) of an inch of rain a year ago this week in 2017 here at our studios at the south edge of Olney.