Sampling of Rainfall Totals Overnight

Heavy rain moved across portions of the Northland early on Thursday, July 11. Heavy rain moved across portions of the Northland early on Thursday, July 11. |  Photo: WDIO/MGN

Updated: July 12, 2018 09:42 AM

DULUTH - Storms moved across the region overnight, bringing heavy rainfall in a short amount of time. According to reports made to the National Weather Service, some reporting stations receiving heavy rain over a 1 to 2 hour time frame.

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Flash flooding is possible. Flash flooding has been reported in the Hill City area and a gravel road is washed out on 32nd Street SW near Pine River in Cass County.  Heavy rain is still possible through the morning hours. 

Here is an updated list of official totals from the National Weather Service.

These totals are as of 7:00 AM on Thursday, July 12.

7:00 AM 2 NNE Hackensack 4.00 Cass Co.
3:07 AM 1 S Hill City 3.66 Aitkin Co.
2:21 AM 1 NNW Hill City 3.64 Aitkin Co.
2:45 AM 3 W Hackensack 2.23 Cass Co.
2:45 AM 3 N Longville 2.47 Cass Co.
3:22 AM 1 SW Breezy Point 2.25 Crow Wing Co.
3:00 AM Cross Lake 2.23 Crow Wing Co.
3:08 AM 3 SW Orr 2.13 St. Louis Co.
2:55 AM 2 SSE Emily 2.06 Crow Wing Co.
3:00 AM 13 SSE Littlefork 1.52 Koochiching Co.
3:24 AM 5 NW Hovland 1.28 Cook Co.

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