We ended up with 7.77" of rainfall in the city, which is below the normal value of 10.34". We had more rain than 2013, where we received 5.57".
2014 was the warmest on record. The average temperature was 67.6, which breaks the old record of 67.2 set back in 1984.
The first map below shows total rainfall across all of California. The second map shows the percentage of normal, which helps to enhance which areas were wetter and drier.
The third map shows temperature departure from normal. The fourth map shows the ranking vs historical records. You can see that most of California saw record heat.
The last two maps shows how we compare to the rest of the United States. Most of the Southwest was dry while the Pacific Northwest and Northern Rockies were wetter than normal. Temperatures were warm for the western third of the country while the eastern two thirds were cooler than normal.