WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — Kansas is getting much-needed rain Friday. Some of the rainfall totals are slow to come in, possibly because the rain is still falling in many areas.

The KSN Storm Track 3 Team is tracking the rain and rainfall totals. This is what they have so far:

8:15 a.m. Saturday

3 NE Valley Center – Sedgwick – 2.82″

3 NW McConnell AFB – Sedgwick – 2.70″

4 NE Halstead – Harvey – 2.62″

5 E El Dorado – Butler – 2.62″

3 ESE Maize – Sedgwick – 2.61″

3 NNE East Wichita – Sedgwick – 2.53″

8 NE El Dorado – Butler – 2.43″

Wichita Eisenhower – 2.38″ (OFFICIAL STORM TOTAL) 

2 SSW Newton – Harvey – 2.32″

Caldwell – Sumner – 2.31″

Hesston – Harvey – 2.30″

5 NNE Towanda – Butler – 2.20″

3 WNW Goessel – McPherson – 2.11″

1 N McPherson – 2.00″

6 SSE Cottonwood Falls – Chase – 1.89″

1 S Burns – Butler – 2.08″

1 WSW Inman – McPherson – 1.86″

Report at 11:30 a.m. Friday

Wichita – 1.19 inches

Reports as of 10 a.m. Friday

  • Four miles north of Geneseo, Ellsworth County – 1.77 inches
  • Four miles east-southeast of Bridgeport, Saline County – 1.65 inches
  • Six miles west-northwest of Salina, Saline County – 1.45 inches
  • Three miles south of Bridgeport, McPherson County – 1.41 inches
  • Beverly, Lincoln County – 1.28 inches
  • One mile west-northwest of Nickerson, Reno County – 1.25 inches