(OLNEY) The Richland County Farm Bureau’s weekly rainfall report is out, showing the largest amount of rain in a seven day period this year, with the recording period ending at 10:00 yesterday (Monday) morning. The highest amount of rain over the past week was three inches and nine tenths (3.90) in Denver Township, followed by three inches and six tenths (3.60) in Decker Township, and three and a half inches (3.50) in Noble Township. One of the two Bonpas Township sites measured two inches and nine tenths (2.90) while Olney Township had two inches and fifteen hundredths (2.15). The other Bonpas Township site & German Township each recorded two inches even (2.00), followed by one inch and nine tenths (1.90) in Claremont Township, an inch and eighty-five hundredths (1.85) in Madison Township, and an inch and eight tenths (1.80) in Preston Township and at the Farm Bureau office in Olney. Here at our WVLN-WSEI National Weather Service Weather Station, at the south edge of Olney, we recorded an inch and sixty-one hundredths (1.61) of an inch of rain, all of which was measured last Tuesday thru Saturday. In comparison to a year ago during the same period in 2017, we had only two hundredths (0.02) of an inch here at WVLN-WSEI.