|Updated: 11/22/2011 5:50 pm
||Published: 11/22/2011 5:46 pm
LITTLE ROCK, AR – The National Weather Service says that this November has been the wettest November on record.
So far 13.36 inches of rain has fallen in Little Rock, breaking the 1988 record of 13.14 inches. That mark is sure to be higher by the end of the month with storms forecast for Friday night into Saturday.
After experiencing drought conditions in September and October, Little Rock is now 8 inches above normal, year-to-date.
The last storm also broke several day records for rainfall amounts. Daily maximum rainfall records were reported Tuesday in Batesville, 2.01 inches; Host Springs, 4.41 inches; Mount Ida, 5.48 inches; Little Rock Air Force Base, 3.83 inches; North Little Rock, 4.5 inches; and 5.2 inches at Russellville.