(UNDATED)--   If you didn’t already know that Northeast Missouri had a doozy of a wet spring, it’s been confirmed.

Data released Wednesday by the National Weather Service shows many communities got up to 11 inches more rainfall than they usually do during March, April and May.

Hannibal led the way for the three-month period with 22-point-87 inches. Other totals around northeast Missouri include...

Edina with 22.03 inches.
Shelbina, 19.5 inches.

Louisiana 18.4 inches.

Clarksville 16.8 inches.

Vandalia 15.2 inches.

Quincy reports just over 20 inches at Lock and Dam 21 for the three months, which is about nine inches more than average.