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Brockville May Have Set Rain Record
Bob Perreault
Thursday, September 01, 2005 2:38 PM

We have seen record-setting rain in Brockville.

It's estimated the remnants of Hurricane Katrina dumped up to 100 mms of rain on the town, but environment Canada said the exact level isn't known yet.

The old record was just over 27 mms set back in 1993.



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