Florence has finally moved on from North Carolina, but we're still learning just how incredible this storm was.
The National Weather Service tweeted a graphic Tuesday morning showing the estimated rainfall totals throughout the state. The greater Wilmington area got a radar-estimated 30 to 50 inches of rain with areas like Morehead City and Havelock shaded in the 20-30 inches area.
Estimated total rainfall across the state from Florence? A staggering 8.04 trillion gallons!
Here's the unofficial, radar-estimated storm total rainfall from #Florence over all NC (actual gauge-measured amounts not included). Using the average rainfall over the state, Florence dropped about 8.04 TRILLION gallons of rain on NC. #ncwx pic.twitter.com/Y7nKsAoqMp— NWS Raleigh (@NWSRaleigh) September 18, 2018