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Pacific Storm Brings Multiple Impacts to the West;Severe Weather Expected in the Central U.S.

A strong storm is expected to produce heavy rainfall in northern and central California that could lead to significant and life-threatening flash floods and mudslides, particularly over burn scar areas, and periods of heavy snow and gusty winds from the Cascades and Sierra into the Intermountain West through Monday. Severe thunderstorms and heavy rainfall expected in the Mid-Mississippi Valley. Read More >

  What is CoCoRaHS?

CoCoRaHS stands for the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow network. It is a unique, non-profit, community-based network of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds working together to measure and map precipitation (rain, snow and hail). The network originated with the Colorado Climate Center at Colorado State University in 1998 thanks in part to a devastating flood that occurred in the previous year. Since then, the network has expanded rapidly with thousands of volunteer weather observers in an ever increasing number of states. Hundreds of observers have signed up in the Missouri Ozarks and southeast Kansas already! 

 

Can I participate?

Absolutely! The ultimate goal of the program is to have one observer per square mile in urban/suburban areas and one observer every 36 square miles in rural areas. Everyone can help, young, old, and in-between. The only requirements are an enthusiasm for watching and reporting weather conditions and a desire to learn more about how weather can effect and impact our lives. 

 Once trained, volunteers collect data using low cost measuring tools such as a 4-inch diameter high capacity rain gage (pictured right), snow boards to measure snow, and aluminum foil-wrapped styrofoam hail pads in some states. Information on purchasing a rain gage can be found via the CoCoRaHS main page.

 

4 inch Diameter High Capacity Rain Gage

Click Here to Join CoCoRaHS!

How do I join?

Either click on the “Join CoCoRaHS” image to the left or visit the CoCoRaHS home page at www.cocorahs.org to get more information on the program.

 

 


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COCORAHS PRECIPITATION SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
915 AM CDT SAT OCT 23 2021

COCORAHS PECIPITATION REPORTS
THESE REPORTS ARE CONSIDERED SUPPLEMENTAL AND UNOFFICIAL
VALUES ARE FOR THE PREVIOUS 24 HOURS ENDING AROUND 7 AM LOCAL TIME

.B SGF 1023 C DH07/PP/SF/SD/SW
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:COCORAHS PRECIPITATION REPORTS IN SOUTHEAST KANSAS
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: SNOW SNOW WATER
: PCPN FALL DEPTH EQUIV
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KSCR15 : GIRARD 4.6 W * : 1.63 / MM / MM / MM
KSCR10 : FARLINGTON 0.8 NNE * : 0.60 / MM / MM / MM
KSBB16 : FORT SCOTT 9.3 NNE * : 0.52 / MM / MM / MM
KSBB17 : DEVON 0.1 SE * : 0.29 / MM / MM / MM
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:COCORAHS PRECIPITATION REPORTS IN SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL MISSOURI
:
: SNOW SNOW WATER
: PCPN FALL DEPTH EQUIV
:
MOSE34 : CLEVER 7.2 SE * : 1.61 / MM / MM / MM
MOBR03 : GOLDEN CITY 0.6 SSW * : 1.18 / MM / MM / MM
MOSE30 : CRANE 0.7 SSW * : 1.13 / MM / MM / MM
MOJS19 : SARCOXIE 1.0 W * : 1.10 / MM / MM / MM
MOLW37 : PIERCE CITY 5.0 NE * : 1.09 / MM / MM / MM
MOGR105 : REPUBLIC 0.8 SE * : 1.02 / 0.0 / MM / MM
MOLW28 : MONETT 1.8 N * : 1.00 / MM / MM / MM
MOCD02 : STOCKTON 2.5 NNE * : 0.90 / MM / MM / MM
MOGR26 : REPUBLIC 0.8 ESE * : 0.86 / MM / MM / MM
MOGR117 : SPRINGFIELD 3.6 SE * : 0.86 / MM / MM / MM
MOLW04 : MILLER 6.2 WNW * : 0.84 / 0.0 / 0 / 0.00
MOCD04 : STOCKTON 5.6 S * : 0.80 / MM / MM / MM
MOCD19 : STOCKTON 0.5 W * : 0.72 / MM / MM / MM
MOJS16 : CARTHAGE 3.8 SW * : 0.68 / MM / MM / MM
MOTX07 : HOUSTON 4.5 ESE * : 0.61 / MM / MM / MM
MOGR52 : SPRINGFIELD 4.9 SE * : 0.60 / MM / MM / MM
MOWB29 : MARSHFIELD 3.7 SE * : 0.55 / MM / MM / MM
MOHL25 : WEST PLAINS 1.0 W * : 0.54 / MM / MM / MM
MOTX38 : RAYMONDVILLE 3.5 SE * : 0.54 / MM / MM / MM
MOGR110 : SPRINGFIELD 4.4 SSE * : 0.53 / MM / MM / MM
MOGR58 : FAIR GROVE 4.7 SSW * : 0.49 / MM / MM / MM
MOTY34 : BRANSON 3.2 NNW * : 0.49 / MM / MM / MM
MODG06 : MANSFIELD 3.7 SSE * : 0.46 / MM / MM / MM
MOJS10 : CARL JUNCTION 3.4 WSW * : 0.45 / MM / MM / MM
MOTX44 : SUMMERSVILLE 3.6 S * : 0.45 / MM / MM / MM
MOGR81 : WILLARD 2.6 W * : 0.39 / MM / MM / MM
MOGR48 : BATTLEFIELD 3.3 E * : 0.38 / MM / MM / MM
MOGR38 : WILLARD 5.8 NNE * : 0.35 / MM / MM / MM
MOSH01 : MOUNTAIN VIEW 7.0 NE * : 0.35 / MM / MM / MM
MOSH03 : WINONA 4.0 SW * : 0.33 / MM / MM / MM
MOPL14 : DUNNEGAN 2.4 NNW * : 0.28 / MM / MM / MM
MONW19 : STARK CITY 5.5 ENE * : 0.25 / MM / MM / MM
MOPL24 : BOLIVAR 2.7 NE * : 0.25 / MM / MM / MM
MOSE36 : CAPE FAIR 2.1 N * : 0.25 / MM / MM / MM
MOPL33 : HALF WAY 0.8 WNW * : 0.24 / MM / MM / MM
MOLD26 : PHILLIPSBURG 5.0 NW * : 0.20 / MM / MM / MM
MOHC16 : WHEATLAND 3.9 SSE * : 0.17 / MM / MM / MM
MOPU14 : FORT LEONARD WOOD 5.4 SE * : 0.17 / MM / MM / MM
MONW04 : SHOAL CREEK ESTATES 0.2 S* : 0.11 / 0.0 / 0 / 0.00
MOSR01 : LOWRY CITY 3.8 ESE * : 0.11 / MM / MM / MM
MODT14 : SALEM 3.5 E * : 0.08 / MM / MM / MM
MOBY05 : PURDY 4.8 SSW * : 0.04 / MM / MM / MM
MOPH25 : NEWBURG 9.6 SSW * : 0.04 / MM / MM / MM
MOTY12 : HOLLISTER 3.8 SW * : 0.04 / MM / MM / MM
MOPH28 : ROLLA 7.6 SSE * : 0.03 / MM / MM / MM
MOBT11 : WARSAW 3.8 NNE * : 0.02 / MM / MM / MM
MOLD23 : LEBANON 0.6 N * : 0.02 / MM / MM / MM
MOPH33 : ROLLA 3.2 SSW * : 0.02 / MM / MM / MM
MOPH52 : ROLLA 6.4 S * : 0.02 / MM / MM / MM
MOPU25 : WAYNESVILLE 3.5 WSW * : 0.02 / MM / MM / MM
MOFSA065: SALEM 1.8 NW * : 0.01 / 0.0 / 0 / 0.00
MOPH13 : ROLLA 8.1 S * : 0.01 / MM / MM / MM
MOPH44 : ROLLA 4.4 WSW * : T / MM / MM / MM
MOSE15 : EMERALD BEACH 5.5 E * : T / MM / MM / MM
MOMD07 : ANDERSON 4.2 W * : 0.00 / 0.0 / 0 / MM
MOBY25 : CASSVILLE 4.8 SSE * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
MOBT01 : COLE CAMP 3.5 WNW * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
MOMG07 : VERSAILLES 2.7 E * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
MOPH17 : ROLLA 8.2 SSE * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
MOPH53 : ROLLA 3.7 WNW * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
MOSE16 : SHELL KNOB 5.6 ESE * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
:
:COCORAHS PRECIPITATION REPORTS IN NORTHERN ARKANSAS
:
: SNOW SNOW WATER
: PCPN FALL DEPTH EQUIV
:
ARSH19 : ASH FLAT 1.3 NE * : 0.94 / MM / MM / MM
ARBX45 : MOUNTAIN HOME 7.3 NNE * : 0.85 / MM / MM / MM
ARBX37 : HENDERSON 4.0 ENE * : 0.79 / MM / MM / MM
ARSH11 : HARDY 8.0 SSW * : 0.65 / MM / MM / MM
ARBX02 : MOUNTAIN HOME 5.8 NE * : 0.42 / MM / MM / MM
ARBX36 : NORFORK 1.2 NNW * : 0.03 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARSH17 : HARDY 10.7 S * : 0.03 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARBT12 : DECATUR 2.6 ESE * : 0.02 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARBX10 : MIDWAY 2.0 W * : 0.02 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARBX38 : NORFORK 2.7 E * : 0.02 / MM / MM / MM
ARCR15 : METALTON 3.5 W * : 0.00 / 0.0 / 0 / MM
ARFK42 : CONWAY 1.9 SSW * : 0.00 / 0.0 / 0 / 0.00
ARBT50 : ROGERS 2.4 SSW * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARBT56 : BELLA VISTA 2.2 E * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARBT57 : CENTERTON 1.0 E * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARBN21 : EVERTON 2.1 N * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARBX03 : CALICO ROCK 4.8 WSW * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARCR02 : BUSCH 0.4 E * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARCR08 : HOLIDAY ISLAND 1.3 SSW * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARFK16 : GREENBRIER 2.8 W * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARFK28 : CONWAY 2.3 WNW * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
ARFK41 : VILONIA 0.8 SSE * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
:
:COCORAHS PRECIPITATION REPORTS IN NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA
:
: SNOW SNOW WATER
: PCPN FALL DEPTH EQUIV
:
OKCG01 : VINITA 4.9 WNW * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
OKDL02 : JAY 3.3 NNE * : 0.00 / 0.0 / MM / MM
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