Where Tropical Storm Michael brought the strongest gusts and heaviest rain in Virginia
Here is some of the most extreme weather that Tropical Storm Michael brought to Virginia.
The measurements were gathered by the National Weather Service offices in Wakefield, Blacksburg and Sterling, using a variety of weather stations, observers and sources.
Highest wind gusts in Virginia (on land)
80 mph, Portsmouth, South Norfolk Jordan Bridge, 12:07 a.m. Friday
80 mph, Northampton County, Kiptopeke State Park, 12:42 a.m.
77 mph, Virginia Beach, Cape Henry, 1:07 a.m. 75 mph, Norfolk, Naval Station Norfolk Chambers Field, 12:20 a.m.
75 mph, Henrico County, Varina-Enon Bridge, 8:20 p.m. Thursday
73 mph, Accomack County, Onancock, 12:48 a.m. 70 mph, Accomack County, Tangier Sound Light, 12:27 a.m.
70 mph, Mathews County, New Point Comfort,
69 mph, Virginia Beach, Naval Air Station Oceana, 12:46 a.m.
69 mph, Chesapeake, Money Point, 12 a.m. Maritime weather stations registered some higher gusts, including one up to 85 mph at Middle Ground Lighthouse, off Newport News.
Highest rainfall totals
9.32 inches, Middlesex County,
9.12 inches, Caroline County, 2 miles northeast of Bowling Green
9.08 inches, Caroline County, Bowling Green
9.02 inches, Charlotte County, near Keysville
8.32 inches, Richmond County, near Kennard
8.28 inches, York County, near Hornsbyville
7.8 inches, Henrico County, East Highland Park
7.75 inches, Pittsylvania County, near Chatham
7.41 inches, Essex County, near
7.32 inches, Louisa County,