After a full day of rainy weather Sunday a new record for rainfall was set for Columbia, according to the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service reported that Columbia received 2.12 inches of total rainfall throughout the day. The previous record for daily rainfall on Nov. 23 was set in 1942 when 1.95 inches of rain was recorded.
Other areas around the state also recorded new records including 2.43 inches in Greenville-Spartanburg area beating the record set in that area in 2001 with 1.66 inches. North Charleston received 2 inches of rain beating its record set in 1961 of .7 inches.
Also, 67 of 228 volunteer weather reports from the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network reported rain gauges in Pickens County received 3.44 inches throughout the day.