Record Report: Saturday Rain Was Second Highest Ever In Pensacola

June 10, 2012

The second highest official rainfall total ever was recorded Saturday in Pensacola at 13.11 inches.

That also set a daily record for June 9, breaking  the old record of 1.95 set in 1913.

Pensacola’s all-time record daily rainfall was 15.29 inches set in 1934.

Several areas of southwestern Escambia County received even more rain; rainfall estimates were over 20 inches in some areas.

Pictured: This graphic from the National Weather Service shows rainfall amounts in southern Escambia County. Click to enlarge.

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