(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. The highest amount of rain in the county over the seven day recording period was six tenths of an inch (0.60) in Noble Township, followed by German Township with forty-five hundredths (0.45), Denver Township with four tenths (0.40), Preston Township with three tenths (0.30), and Madison Township with a quarter of an inch (0.25). One of the Bonpas Township sites, along with Claremont and Decker Townships, each had two tenths of an inch (0.20) while Olney Township had one hundredth of an inch (0.01) and the other Bonpas Township site, along with the Farm Bureau office in Olney, both received no rain at all. Here at our WVLN-WSEI National Weather Service Weather Station, at the south edge of Olney, we recorded four hundredths of an inch of rain (0.04) over the seven day period. In comparison to a year ago, we had nine hundredths of an inch (0.09) here at WVLN-WSEI. Our August rain total at our Weather Station at WVLN-WSEI was six and a quarter inches (6.25) far more than a year ago in August 2017 when we had two inches and forty-six hundredths (2.46).