Record-breaking weekend: Heavy rain and cool temperatures

The remnants of Gordon produced heavy rain across the Miami Valley. Most spots Friday through Sunday received anywhere from 3 to 7 inches of rain! 

In Dayton, the airport received 2.7 inches of rain on Saturday. This smashed the old daily rainfall record of .92 inches from 2007. The clouds and rain helped to prevent a warm-up on Sunday too. The Dayton International Airport never climbed above 61 degrees, making it the coolest afternoon on that day since 1924. 

RELATED: River levels rise in spots from heavy rain 

How much rain did you get? The National Weather Service collected these reported totals from Friday through Monday morning.


  • Minster received 1.6 inchhes


  • Beckett Ridge received between 2.53 and 3.91 inches
  • Fairfield received between 3.36 and 3.65 inches
  • Butler County Regional Airport received 3. 59 inches
  • E. Mount Carmel received 3. 54 inches
  • New Miami received 3.28 inches
  • Oxford received 2.71 inches
  • West Millville and Northwest Middletown received 2. 7 inches


  • Mad River Near Urbana received 4.56 inches
  • Mechanicsburg received 4.44 inches


  • Northeast Lawrenceville received 4.28 inches
  • South Charleston received 4.02 inches
  • Springfield received 3.72 inches


  • Wilmington received between 2.03 inches and 2.34 inches


  • Potsdam received 2.71 inches
  • New Weston received 2. 65 inches


  • Huffman Dam at Mad River Dayton received 4.04 inches
  • Beavercreek received between 2.67 inches and 3.48 inches
  • Bowersville received 3.31 inches
  • Xenia received 2.07 inches


  • West Mansfield received 2.25 inches


  • Pleasant Hill received 3.44 inches


  • Kettering received 6.75 inches
  • Dayton received 5.64 inches
  • Huber Heights received between 2.6 inches and 5.20 inches
  • Springboro received between 2.57 and 4.75 inches
  • Dayton International Airport received 4.30 inches
  • Great Miami River received 4.16 inches
  • Germantown received 4.09 inches
  • Vandalia received 4.04 inches
  • Five Points received between 3.56 and 4 inches
  • Stillwater River at Englewood received 3.68 inches
  • Twin Creek near Germantown received 3.64 inches
  • Centerville received between 3.02 and 3.41 inches
  • Carlisle received 3.26 inches
  • Moraine received 2.47 inches


  • Eaton received between 3.62 inches and 4.30 inches


  • Southern Five Points received 3.18 inches
  • Mason received 3.15 inches
  • South Lebanon received 3.12 inches
  • Butlerville received 2.99 inches
  • Monroe received 2.59 inches
  • Southwestern Springboro received 2.35 inches
  • Western Clarksville received 2.20 inches

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