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Posted at 12:00 PM ET, 05/12/2008

The Rain-Soaked Records...

By Dan Stillman

All three of the D.C. area's major airports set daily records for rainfall yesterday. The 2.63 inches at Reagan National breaks the old record of 1.48 inches set in 1924. The 3.73 inches at Dulles breaks the old record of 0.78 inches in 2006. And the 1.49 inches at Baltimore-Washington International breaks the old record of 1.28 inches set in 1924.

Through noon today the storm totals thus far were...

National: 3.72 inches
Dulles: 4.27 inches
BWI: 3.46 inches

Andrews Air Force Base in Camp Springs, Md., has recorded a whopping 4.88 inches since the storm began yesterday afternoon.

Are brighter skies and warmer temperatures in sight? See our full forecast through the work week and upcoming weekend.

By Dan Stillman  | May 12, 2008; 12:00 PM ET
Categories:  Floods  
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