At 8 p.m., Portland had received .88 inches for the day, according to Fox 12's weather team. That number jumped to 1.06 inches by 10 p.m. Those figures shatter the previous record for the day of .82 inches set in 1968.
A record was also set in Vancouver with .75 inches by 7 p.m. That easily topped the previous record of .54 inches on Oct. 12, 1957.
In Salem, the rainfall measured .78 inches by 7 p.m. The previous record was .71 inches set on this day in 1962.
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