Spectrum Bay News 9 Chief Meteorologist Mike Clay tweeted the latest rainfall numbers from Eta.

While in some cases the rain may be too much at one time, it's worth noting that Florida has been a bit dry of late, and the upcoming winter outlook also trends drier than average.

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St. Petersburg: 9.11"

Gulfport: 7.61"

Clearwater: 6.24""


Bradenton: 6.23"

South Bradenton: 8.1"

Ellenton: 7.6""


Tampa: 4.62"

Sun City Center: 10.39"

Apollo Beach: 9.47"

Riverview: 8.93"

Valrico: 8.73"


Land O' Lakes: 3.91"

Port Richey: 3.99"

Zephyrhills: 3.28"


Lakeland: 4.31"

Winter Haven: 1.73"

24-Hour Rainfall Records

Yesterday, Tampa broke the old rainfall record from 1968 which sat at 0.83 inches. A whopping 3.99 inches of rain fell yesterday.

Bradenton also had record-breaking rainfall yesterday at 6.41 inches. This beat the old record of 4.70 inches in 1920.