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Charles Marshburn wants to know rainfall from Harvey visit

Update at 10:13amCT, Monday, Labor Day, September 2017: Answers come a-plenty for rainfall Harvey dropped in Adair Co., KY, with reports come from the COF, Pam Dailey, Joyce Reliford, Debbie Nobles, James M. Rice, James Roberts, and Dan Wilson.

Charles Marshburn writes:
How many inches of rain has Columbia had from Harvey's visit? - Charles Marshburn
Good question - Anybody have a quick answer? - CM

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How much rainfall did Harvey deliver to Adair County?

2017-09-02 - Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
There was a lull in the downpour delivered in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on Thursday, October 31, 2017. There were some roads closed, and some trees were downed, but locally the flood damage was less than the community had prepared for; the photo above, at 2:14pmCT, Thursday, looked far more menacing than results turned out to be. A left over question, Charles Marshburn wants to know, is "How many inches of rainfall did Harvey deliver in Adair County?"

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