How much did it rain? From a few inches - to more than a foot

How much did it rain? From a few inches - to more than a foot
Heavy rain brought flooding to parts of Tacoma. Across the Northwest, record rain fell - from a few inches in the valleys to a foot or more in the mountains.

PORTLAND, Ore. - A series of strong autumn storms lashed the Pacific Northwest over the weekend, producing very heavy rain and local flooding and high winds.

Below are the rainfall totals from 10 a.m. Friday, September 27 through 8 a.m. Monday, September 30. The graphic below right describes the strongest recorded wind gusts through 9 p.m. Sunday

Southern Willamette Valley

Springfield 4.27
Willow Creek 3.71
Corvallis 3.60
Corvallis Municipal Airport 3.28
Eugene Airport 2.97 

Cascades in Lane County

Emigrant 3.66
Fields 3.01
Sugarloaf 1.40

Cascade foothills in Lane County

Brush Creek 5.91
Trout Creek 5.25
Disston 3.43  

North Oregon Coast

Astoria airport 6.99     
Tillamook 6.84

Central Oregon Coast

Heceta Beach 3.44
Florence 3.44
Newport municipal airport 3.36

Northern Oregon Cascades

Detroit Dam 6.45
Marion Forks fish hatchery 4.71
  
Northern Oregon Cascade Foothills

Falls City 9.10

Greater Portland Metro Area

Tigard 3.68
Scappoose industrial airpark 3.48
NE Portland 3.45
Hillsboro airport 3.36
    
Central Willamette Valley

McMinnville municipal airport 3.38
Salem airport 3.13
Aurora state airport 2.80      
 
    
Western Columbia River Gorge

Bonneville Dam 5.01


Coast Range of Northwest Oregon

Cedar Remote-Access Weather Station 11.27
Lees Camp 11.10
Tidewater 7.89

Southern Washington

Castle Rock, Washington 4.82
Kelso-Longview Airport 3.32
 
South Washington Cascades

Swift Creek on Mount St. Helens 15.30
June Lake on Mount St. Helens 15.00
Sheep Canyon 11.80