As these maps produced by the National Weather Service show, Wichita and portions of Sedgwick County received the most rainfall during a soggy 48-hour period stretching through Saturday.
Wichita set a 24-hour record for rainfall on Saturday, and shattered the old mark by more than 30 percent. The 3.59 inches of rain was more than Wichita recorded in February, March and April combined.
The previous record was 2.69 inches in 1951.
Wichita has logged 7.46 inches of rain so far this month, with more rain likely later this week and weekend.
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