(OLNEY) The Richland County Farm Bureau’s weekly rainfall report is out with the recording period ending at 10:00 yesterday (Monday) morning for the eleven reporting sites within the county. The highest amount of rain received in the county over the past seven days was four and one tenth (4.10) inches at the Farm Bureau Office in Olney, followed by four inches even (4.00) in Noble Township, three and seven tenths (3.70) inches in Decker Township, and three and four tenths (3.40) inches in Denver Township. Both German and Olney Townships each recorded two and nine tenths (2.90), followed by two and six tenths (2.60) in Claremont Township, two and four tenths (2.40) in Madison Township, two and three tenths (2.30) at one of the Bonpas Township sites, two and two tenths (2.20) at the other Bonpas Township site, and two inches even (2.00) in Preston Township. Here at our WVLN-WSEI National Weather Service Weather Station, at the south edge of Olney, we recorded three inches and fifty-three hundreths (3.53). In comparison to a year ago this past week, we had an inch and sixty-four hundredths at our studios.