Storm Dumped Record Rainfall On Philly:

Philadelphia - The same storm system that spawned more than 240 tornadoes to the South brought record rainfall to Philadelphia and other areas.

The rain caused widespread flooding and power outages, and spawning high winds and prompted tornado warnings.

The National Weather Service says the 3.11 inches of rain that inundated Philadelphia broke the old single-day record of 2.43 inches set back in 1986.

A mudslide near the Girard Avenue exit closed down the Schuylkill Expressway all night on Saturday and caused huge backups. Cars were forced to exit the east bound side of the expressway at Montgomery Drive.

Meanwhile, there is complete devastation across in parts of the South after the worst storms in over two decades.

A total of 45 people were killed across six states.

At least 21 people were killed in North Carolina alone when a string of tornadoes hit Saturday. The state's governor toured the worst hit areas Sunday. She says the devastation nearly brought her to tears. Some people say they lost everything.