COASTAL STORM: How Much Rain Did We Get?

The numbers are in for this week's coastal storm that has drenched Eastern Carolina.

These are final figures, as compiled by Chief Meteorologist Marvin Daugherty, for the three day period ending at 4:00 p.m. Friday:

Manteo - 12.86"
Washington - 8.64"
Greenville - 8.25"
Edenton - 7.82"
Plymouth - 7.38"
New Bern - 6.72"
Jacksonville - 6.43"
Elizabeth City - 6.37"
Cherry Point - 6.18"
Morehead City - 5.49"
Kenansville - 5.31"
Kinston - 5.21"
Rocky Mount - 4.21"
Cape Hatteras - 4.56"
Goldsboro - 4.16"


Although there will be lingering showers today the bulk of the rainfall has left our area.

Some areas have seen a foot of rain, while most parts have received at least 5 inches.

Rain totals from Tuesday afternoon through 4 am Friday.

Kill Devil Hills - 12.80"
Manteo - 12.70"
Swansboro - 11.01"
Swan Quarter 10.75"
Gloucester - 10.75"
Washington - 8.55"
New Bern - 8.11"
Greenville - 7.90"
Edenton - 7.58"
Plymouth - 7.25"
Jacksonville - 6.49"
Elizabeth City 6.46"
Cherry Point - 6.04"
Kenansville - 5.59"
Rocky Mount - 4.99"
Goldsboro - 4.02"
Cape Hatteras - 3.95"


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