(OLNEY) The Richland County Farm Bureau’s weekly rainfall report is out with the recording period ending at 10:00 this past Monday morning for the eleven reporting sites within the county. The highest amount of rain received was two inches and nine tenths (2.90) in one of the two Bonpas Township sites, followed by two inches and a tenth (2.10) in German Township and an inch and seven tenths (1.70) in Claremont Township. Then Madison Township came in with an inch and a half (1.50), followed by an inch and a tenth (1.10) at four locations, the other Bonpas Township site and in Denver, Preston, and Olney Townships. Decker Township recorded seven tenths (0.70), Noble Township had six tenths (0.60), and the Farm Bureau Office in Olney had two tenths (0.20). Here at our WVLN-WSEI National Weather Service Weather Station, at the south edge of Olney, we recorded fifty-eight hundredths of an inch of rain (0.58), nearly six tenths, which all fell late Sunday night. In comparison to a year ago during the same period in 2017, we had only three hundredths (0.03) of an inch here at the WVLN-WSEI studios in Olney. Obviously, a lot of rain fell after the reporting deadline of 10:00 this past Monday morning, those rain totals will be reflected in next week’s report.