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Final tally shows September 2013 record rainfall

EUGENE, Ore. - The final numbers are in, and September 2013 will go down in history as the wettest on record across northwest Oregon.

Take a look at the final report from the National Weather Service:

Eugene (1892-2013)
1. Sep 2013......... 7.08 inches *** record ***
2. Sep 1927......... 5.21 inches
3. Sep 1911......... 4.91 inches
4. Sep 1986......... 4.65 inches
Climatological normal: 1.29 inches

Astoria (1890-2013)
1. Sep 2013......... 10.70 inches *** record ***
2. Sep 1906......... 8.66 inches
3. Sep 1920......... 8.55 inches
4. Sep 1905......... 7.38 inches
Climatological normal: 2.14 inches

Portland airport (1940-2013)
1. Sep 2013......... 5.62 inches *** record ***
2. Sep 1986......... 4.30 inches
3. Sep 1982......... 3.98 inches
4. Sep 1945......... 3.96 inches
Climatological normal: 1.47 inches

Portland downtown (1874-2013)
1. Sep 2013......... 6.44 inches *** record ***
2. Sep 1927......... 5.52 inches
3. Sep 1911......... 5.19 inches
4. Sep 1969......... 4.87 inches
Climatological normal: 1.54 inches

Hillsboro (1929-2013)
1. Sep 2013......... 6.27 inches *** record ***
2. Sep 1945......... 3.68 inches
3. Sep 1982......... 3.46 inches
4. Sep 1977......... 3.43 inches
Climatological normal: 1.26 inches

Salem (1892-2013)
1. Sep 2013......... 7.05 inches *** record ***
2. Sep 1927......... 5.52 inches
3. Sep 1911......... 5.19 inches
4. Sep 1969......... 4.87 inches
Climatological normal: 1.28 inches

Vancouver, Wash. (1890-2013)
1. Sep 2013......... 5.24 inches *** record ***
2. Sep 1911......... 4.88 inches
3. Sep 1969......... 4.82 inches
3. Sep 1925......... 4.46 inches
4. Sep 1986......... 4.44 inches
Climatological normal: 1.56 inches

McMinnville (1894-2013)
1. Sep 1996......... 7.58 inches
2. Sep 2013......... 6.19 inches
3. Sep 1901......... 4.83 inches
4. Sep 1914......... 4.28 inches
Climatological normal: 1.31 inches

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