FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – After the last two days, even Noah would throw up his hands and say he had enough with the rain drenching South Florida.
The deluge this week has been record-breaking in some areas.
Over the last 48 hours, Fort Lauderdale has seen 8.99 inches of rain, with a record 4.78 inches on Tuesday, breaking a 91-year record.
The hardest hit community has been Weston which has had to deal with an incredible 11.33 inches of rainfall since early Tuesday morning.
Sunrise's 10.23 inches of rain forced the closure of the popular Sawgrass Mills mall.
Here are some rain totals for other South Florida cities:
- Weston - 11.33"
- Margate - 10.90"
- Tamarac - 10.86"
- Davie - 10.28"
- Sunrise - 10.23"
- Hollywood - 9.20"
- Fort Lauderdale - 8.99"
- North Miami Beach - 5.00"
- Opa-locka - 4.27"
- Miami - 3.54"
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