Tropical Storm Lane damage assessment...

Tropical Storm Lane damage assessment under way in Hawaii

Aug 28, 2018 Read more: SFGate
HONOLULU - Tropical Storm Lane ranks as the second-biggest rainmaker from a tropical cyclone in the United States since 1950. Lane dumped 52.02 inches of rain on Mountain View, Hawaii, from Wednesday through Sunday, the National Weather Service said Monday. The highest total was 60.58 inches, measured in Nederland, Texas, during Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Lane broke the Hawaii tropical cyclone rainfall record, the weather service said. The previous Hawaii record was 52 inches measured during Hurricane Hiki in 1950.

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