(WFRV) – Finally, Tuesday brought an end to what seemed like an eternity of rain across the state of Wisconsin.

The National Weather Service in Green Bay has released the total rainfall in inches based on location.

All rainfall totals below are three-day totals from Saturday, September 10 to Monday, September 12. Here is a look at how much rain our area received:

Brown County

  • Denmark – 1.84
  • Green Bay – 2.14
  • Pulaski – 2.01

Calumet County

  • Brillion – 2.06
  • Chilton – 2.22

Door County

  • Ephraim – 2.59
  • Forestville – 2.14
  • Sturgeon Bay – 2.23
  • Washington Island – 2.31
  • Carlsville – 1.84

Florence County

  • Florence – 1.02

Fond du Lac County

  • Fond du Lac – 3.25

Forest County

  • Argonne – 0.59
  • Crandon – 0.76

Kewaunee County

  • Kewaunee – 1.53

Langlade County

  • Summit Lake – 0.93
  • White Lake – 1.65

Manitowoc County

  • Manitowoc – 1.83
  • Two Rivers – 1.90
  • St. Nazianz – 2.22

Marinette County

  • Amberg – 0.94
  • Crivitz – 1.32
  • Marinette – 1.26
  • Peshtigo – 1.54

Oconto County

  • Suring – 1.96
  • Mountain – 1.44

Oneida County

  • Rhinelander – 0.46

Outagamie County

  • Appleton – 3.06
  • New London – 2.89
  • Shiocton – 2.82

Shawano County

  • Cecil – 1.57
  • Pella – 1.83
  • Shawano – 1.52

Sheboygan County

  • Plymouth – 1.65
  • Sheboygan – 1.64

Waupaca County

  • Big Falls – 1.84
  • Clintonville – 1.59
  • Waupaca – 2.39

Waushara County

  • Poy Sippi – 3.44
  • Wautoma-Silver Lake – 2.32

Winnebago County

  • Omro – 2.64
  • Oshkosh – 3.53

Note: The National Weather Service in Green Bay does not report rainfall stats for Fond du Lac or Sheboygan County, hence, the data received is from the National Weather Service in Milwaukee/Sullivan.

Both Appleton and Oshkosh broke precipitation records on Sunday, September 11 with Appleton receiving 1.85 inches of rain and Oshkosh receiving 2.04.

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The old record for the city of Appleton was 1.77 inches of rain and for Oshkosh, 1.86. Both were set in the year 2000.

To see a complete list of rainfall totals, you can head over to the National Weather Service’s website here.