• Kyle Sooley-Brookings

Heavy Rain Recorded Across Eastern & Central NL #nlwx



Portions of central and eastern Newfoundland were hit with flooding rain thanks to a trough of low pressure that formed off the east coast of the United States on Friday that tapped into tropical moisture associated with the remnants of Hurricane Sally.


Rain associated with the system developed over eastern Newfoundland Friday and intensified Friday night before tapering off Saturday morning.


Some homes saw some flood damage and some roads were damaged.


Below are the rainfall totals:

  • Placentia: 205.9 mm

  • Goobies: 153.8 mm

  • Bay Roberts: 125.8 mm

  • North Harbour: 123.2 mm

  • Spaniard's Bay: 122.9 mm

  • Random Island: 122.4 mm

  • Whitbourne: 117.0 mm

  • New Harbour Barrens: 113.6 mm

  • Town of Burin: 109.5 mm

  • Carbonear: 108.7 mm

  • Port de Grave: 108.2 mm

  • St. Lawrence: 104.2 mm

  • Hodgewater Line: 103.6 mm

  • Green's Harbour: 101.9 mm

  • Avondale: 101.1 mm

  • Point May: 99.6 mm

  • Bishop's Cove: 92.4 mm

  • Clarke's Beach: 91.6 mm

  • Harcourt: 86.5 mm

  • Lethbridge: 86.0 mm

  • St-Pierre: 83.6 mm

  • Winterland: 83.5 mm

  • Marystown: 83.3 mm

  • Terra Nova: 76.5 mm

  • Mount Carmel: 73.4 mm

  • Salmonier Nature Park: 71.2 mm

  • St. Joesph's: 71.2 mm

  • Grand Bank: 64.8 mm

  • Portland: 64.2 mm

  • Berry Hill Pond (Bay d'Espoir Hwy): 61.2 mm

  • Bonavista: 60.4 mm

  • St. John's West: 60.3 mm

  • Green Island (Trinity Bay): 59.4 mm

  • New-wes-valley: 58.9 mm

  • Mount Pearl: 56.4 mm

  • St. John's Int'l Airport: 55.2 mm

  • St. Alban's: 55.0 mm

  • Gander Int'l Airport: 50.2 mm

  • Rodger's Cove: 48.3 mm

  • Gander West: 47.0 mm

Based on ECCC Data


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