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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  • by cuz Location: enc on Nov 14, 2009 at 03:08 PM
    Ed, ref to having their hands full. Emergency Management is about being properly trained and prepared to handle EMERGENCIES.. not just pick up pay checks or play at training seminars until emergencies happen then get busy. THAT'S NOT GOOD MANAGEMENT SKILLS ,that warrants big salaries .
  • by columbia citizen Location: columbia nc on Nov 13, 2009 at 09:59 PM
    columbia is full of water, so much that you could barely see my headlights.Someone walked past an ditch thst wasnt labled properly and fell in only to think if it was a young child
  • by jack Location: goldsboro on Nov 13, 2009 at 09:31 PM
    Did ED read his comments b-4 he submitted it. Sounds like he did some critizing also shame on you Ed. Because people with extra responsibilities get additional pay they should do the additional work without complaining.
  • by duck Location: gum neck on Nov 13, 2009 at 05:42 PM
    jr. you want to see rain water, come to south gum neck rd. we still have about two feet of water in our yards.
  • by TOM Location: Grandy on Nov 13, 2009 at 05:42 PM
    There have been no postings for Currituck at all during this storm. I am not surprised because WITN ignores this portion of Eastern North Carolina! Nothing is ever posted for this portion of their viewing area! Being a hometowm boy having seen the very first tv broadcast that WITN did, and having appeared live in their studios, I am very disappointed!
  • by Jay Location: Williamston on Nov 13, 2009 at 05:08 PM
    Good Info - WITN!!!
  • by jr Location: bath on Nov 13, 2009 at 02:26 PM
    the center of the universe, bath, got more than 8 inches, so we got about what washington got...maybe more. i emptied my raingauge, which was overflowing (at 8 inches) and we got much more rain after that.
  • by Anonymous on Nov 13, 2009 at 08:59 AM
    It's Emergency MANAGEMENT. The people who are out protecting people are fire/rescue, deputy sheriff's, highway patrolment, and city police. Emergency MANAGEMENT oversees or MANAGES them. They do not do the work themselves. Part of their function is to collect data from those out in the field and inform the public on the locations of hazardous conditions. They did not do so in this instance. I could find no information on locations of road flooding, closed roads, or other hazards such as downed trees blocking roads, other than major highways, on any county, state, or news site. The NC DOT site just had a warning on coastal flooding.
  • by Barry D. Evans Location: U.S. Virgin Islands on Nov 13, 2009 at 06:30 AM
    Thank you for the rainfall totals. Keep up the good work. Only place icould find it.
  • by Ed Location: NC on Nov 13, 2009 at 03:34 AM
    To Anonymous...I suspect emergency personel have their hands full meeting medical emergencies and helping others stranded by the flooding. Posting storm totals is not a priority issue. Wise one is correct...the totals are not exhaustive but most folks can look around and see by observation that the best option is to stay home if it is possible. 6 inches of rain or 12 inches of rain really is irrelavent when roads are impassable. Wise one is also correct that sites like these can be better used to post updates and inform viewers about other hazards rather than just posting criticizm of another post.
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