COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN)--For the 2nd time in just six days, the city of Columbus set a record for daily rainfall.
On Tuesday, the National Weather Service measured .91 inches of rain at John Glenn Columbus International Airport, besting the record of .77 inches, set back on February 12th, 1970.
It comes after Columbus also saw a daily rainfall record on February 7th, when .94 inches of rain fell at CMH, beating the record of .79 inches set back in 1999.
The city of Cincinnati also set a record for rainfall on February 12th. That rain is causing flooding concerns along the Ohio River.
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