CLEVELAND - A cold front brought periods of light to moderate rain to northern Ohio on Friday.
The rain reached the Cleveland area during the mid morning hours and ranged from .12 inches in Lorain/Elyria to a half inch in Wooster at the Wayne County Airport through 8 p.m. this evening.
Friday's rain was part of the same low pressure system that brought several inches of snow to parts of Upper Michigan and severe weather to Virginia which was under a tornado watch Friday evening.
At Cleveland Hopkins International, today's rainfall was measured at .18 inches and brings April's total to 3.74 inches, or nearly three quarters of an inch above normal. For 2014, a total of 10.97 inches of liquid precipitation (rain and melted snow) has fallen since January 1st. This amount is near normal.
Here is a look at Friday's rain totals at the major reporting cities across northern Ohio...
- Cleveland Hopkins: .18 inches
- Burke Lakefront: .17 inches
- Lorain/Elyria: .12 inches
- Ashtabula: .23 inches
- Akron/Canton: .27 inches
- Wooster: .50 inches
- Mansfield: .16 inches
- Youngstown: .43 inches
- New Philadelphia: .30 inches
- Toledo Express: .24 inches