The Eastern Shore town of Bellevue saw the heaviest rains in the U.S. during
The town, across the Tred Avon River from
The bullseye of Sandy's deluge was on the middle Eastern Shore, though storm surge levels were higher to the northeast around New York.
Damage in Maryland was estimated at about $5 million, according to the report, among the smallest of the states affected by the storm despite the heavy rain. Delaware took $5.5 million in damage and Pennsylvania $20 million, according to the report.
Storm surge in
The report also details some heavy wind measurements, including 69 mph at Thomas Point, 65 mph in Ocean City, 55 mph at
Some other rainfall totals, according to the report:
New Market: 11.68 inches
Queenstown: 10.29 inches
Columbia: 10.08 inches
Trappe: 9.78 inches
Churchton: 9.5 inches
St. Michael's: 9.38 inches
Denton: 9.28 inches
Oella: 7.46 inches
Ocean City: 7.2 inches