(OLNEY) The Richland County Farm Bureau’s weekly rainfall report is out with the recording period ending at 10:00 yesterday morning from the eleven reporting sites. In contrast with last week when very small amounts of rain were received, most all of this recording period had rainfall from the 72-hour period from this past Friday through Sunday. T he highest amount of rain in Richand County over the seven day recording period was eleven inches (11.00) even in one of the two Bonpas Township sites, followed by Noble Township with ten inches and seven tenths (10.70), German Township with ten inches and three tenths (10.30), Preston Township with nine inches and eight tenths (9.80), and both Decker and Madison Townships each with eight inches and four tenths (8.40). Then the Farm Bureau office in Olney measured eight inches and two tenths (8.20), Claremont Township had seven inches and one tenth (7.10), Olney Township had six inches and six tenths (6.60), the other Bonpas Township site had six inches and four tenths (6.40), and Denver Township had six inches (6.00) even. Here at our WVLN-WSEI National Weather Service Weather Station, at the south edge of Olney, we officially measured five inches and fifty-seven hundredths (5.57) over the 72-hour period. In comparison to a year ago this past week, we had received only five hundredths of an inch of rain at our NWS Weather Station at the WVLN-WSEI studios.