205.9 millimetres of rain fell in Placentia in just 39 hours between Friday and Saturday.
The town mobilized workers Saturday to respond to several road washouts and in a post on the Town of Placentia Facebook page officials said a number of areas in the community suffered "significant damage".
Some roads were closed entirely, and, like a portion of Route 100, completely washed out.
Rodney Barney, meteorologist at the Gander weather office, said areas of the Burin Peninsula, the western Avalon and Clarenville were also hit hard.
While it has stayed fairly warm so far, Barney said temperatures will drop.
"We do have frost advisories in effect for most of the island west of the Avalon tonight," said Barney. "So temperatures are going to be getting down toward the freezing mark over a lot of areas."
Meteorologists are now tracking Hurricane Teddy, currently southeast of Bermuda.
"The latest forecast tracks have Teddy tracking kind of northward, coming toward the Atlantic provinces early in the new week, probably in the late Tuesday into early Wednesday timeframe," said Barney.
"It does look like at this point the majority of the impacts will likely be over Nova Scotia, if anywhere, in Atlantic Canada. We will still be likely feeling some effects of that here in Newfoundland and Labrador as well, in terms of some gusty winds and a bit of rain, but a little bit too soon for specifics on that one just yet."