Throughout the month of November, measurable rainfall was recorded in only 8 out of 30 days this month — and a deficit began to add up across north Alabama.
However, the heavy rain and thunderstorms that barreled through the region Saturday, November 30 put a significant dent into November’s deficit, and once all of the rainfall is tallied for the day, it’s possible that the deficit may be erased.
Below is a compilation of rainfall reports from across north Alabama.
4.14” in North Florence since it started around 1pm. Another station 2 miles SW near UNA showing 4.03”.
— Drew Richards (@drew_richards) December 1, 2019
— kevin mulack (@dy929) December 1, 2019
— Blake Williams (@blwilliamsmedia) December 1, 2019