But to put the drenching in perspective, check out these rainfall totals put out by the National Weather Service’s Miami office:
Fort Lauderdale has had 86.57 inches of rain in 2020, which is already 24.39 inches more than a normal year (62.18 inches).
And, of course, we still have more than seven weeks remaining in 2020.
Miami has seen 82.19 inches of rain, up 20.29 inches from a normal year’s 61.9.
Palm Beach has had 66.87 inches, 4.54 inches higher than their annual average of 62.33.
Nov 10: Thinking it's been "wetter" than normal? Well if you're along the east coast then you are correct. Fort Lauderdale, Miami, & Palm Beach have demolished their normal annual rainfall totals & we still have almost 2 MONTHS to go. Naples is a little below normal. #flwx pic.twitter.com/3cBCDLec5c— NWS Miami (@NWSMiami) November 10, 2020
Broward County got the worst of the rain from Tropical Storm Eta, with Miramar being doused with almost 16 inches of rain and several other cities surpassing 8 inches.
CLICK HERE to see rainfall totals by city from Tropical Storm Eta.