Heaviest rainfall from Gordon was sout of our area with some +7" amounts to our south.
Rainfall totals of 1" to 6" fell over the viewing area from north to south. Highest totals were in far southern Fountain & southeast Montgomery counties.
Highest peak gusts around 35 mph occurred in a narrow band across south-central Illinois to the south-central parts of the viewing area.
No measured gusts exceeded 40 mph, but gusts consistently around 25 to as high as 35 mph occurred for several hours.
Only issue for the next 7 days will be areas of dense fog tomorrow morning, Wednesday & Thursday mornings.
It will turn humid & very warm by the weekend, despite a northeast wind around Florence. Actually, warm, tropical air from the unseasonably balmy water of the northwest Atlantic & over the very wet soils of the Northeast & Mid-Atlantic will come in from the northeast. Hot ridging will also we over our area resulting in rather summery-feeling weather.
The next 7 days look good with Florence to our southeast.
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