Storms dumped several inches of rain on the Chicago area Saturday, with most counties across northern Illinois under a Flash Flood Watch through the evening. 

The downpour even made history, with 2.06 inches of rain falling at O’Hare Airport between Friday night and Saturday afternoon, shattering the 24-hour record of 1.15 inches set in 2003.

By Sunday morning, O’Hare saw 4.39 inches of rain, making it the wettest October day in recorded history, according to the NWS.

Here’s a look at rainfall totals across the Chicago area as of Sunday morning:

Cook County

Midway Airport: 5.11 inches

O’Hare Airport: 4.39 inches

McKinley Park, Chicago: 6.30 inches

Addison: 2.21 inches

Alsip: 2.47 inches

Brookfield: 3.55 inches

Cicero: 4.32 inches

Des Plaines: 2.13 inches

DuPage County

Elmhurst: 5.98 inches

Carol Stream: 4.42 inches 

Darien: 4.50 inches

Lisle: 5.19 inches

Naperville: 3.60 inches

Bolingbrook: 4.21 inches

Westmont: 3 inches

Grundy County

Morris: 2.50 inches

Kane County

Aurora: 4.16 inches

Kendall County

Yorkville: 1.73 inches

Will County

Joliet: 3.50 inches

Romeoville: 1.85 inches

Winnebago County

Rockford Airport: 1.14 inches

Lake County, Ind.

Crown Point: 1.26 inches

Published at 10:00 PM CDT on Oct 14, 2017 | Updated 1 minute ago


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