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RAIN TOTALS

24 HOUR RAIN TOTALS SAN DIEGO COUNTY - UPDATED HOURLY

24 HOUR RAIN TOTALS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - UPDATED HOURLY


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24 HOUR RAIN TOTALS IN CALIFORNIA - UPDATED HOURLY

7 DAY RAIN TOTALS IN CALIFORNIA - UPDATED 8 AM

RAIN TOTALS SO FAR THIS MONTH IN CALIFORNIA - UPDATED DAILY

RAIN TOTALS SO FAR THIS YEAR IN CALIFORNIA - UPDATED DAILY

PERCENT OF AVERAGE RAINFALL SO FAR THIS YEAR IN CALIFORNIA
(A GOOD WAY TO SPOT AREAS THAT ARE WETTER/DRIER THAN NORMAL)


RAINFALL SO FAR THIS RAIN SEASON IN CALIFORNIA

PERCENT OF AVERAGE RAINFALL SO FAR THIS RAIN SEASON IN CALIFORNIA
(ALSO A GOOD WAY TO SPOT AREAS THAT ARE WETTER/DRIER THAN NORMAL)

43 comments:

  1. Hi Everyone! Recently comments haven't been posting to the blog. I think it's some kind of bug within Blogger. I decided to delete everything and start fresh. Hopefully this works!

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  2. I've always been wondering why comments were stuck in 2015 :-D Waiting for the rain to hit us in Rancho Penasquitos later today

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    1. Haha, yeah, I should probably refresh comments at least once a year.

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  3. Hoping today's storm will help this drought.

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  4. Always happy to see rain totals in San Diego

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  5. Man, I saw the new comments and thought for a brief moment that they were finally ordered the other way around

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    1. I wish! Blogger doesn't have this as an option. Maybe if I had more programming skills, haha.

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  6. It's snowing in the Sierra Nevadas. Hooray! We need the snowpack. But also wishing travelers a safe journey. If possible, it would be good to stay home for a few days.

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    1. Some of the higher peaks in the Sierra could get almost 10' of snow...impressive!

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  7. Thank you for the clear and detailed forecast. The maps you provided are very helpful. This is by far the best weather information source there is. Bob

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  8. Thank you for the nice rain Lord!

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    1. very happy we got over an inch in our area!

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    2. Seriously! Loving this new weather pattern. We need more rain!

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  9. This is amazing insight. Thank you for putting this together.

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  10. We have a drought buster going on! El Cajon, CA. Christmas Eve 2021

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    1. We are extremely lucky to get this rainy pattern in a La Nina year. We'll take whatever we get! More rain is headed this way over the next few days.

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  11. This is an amazing resource. Thank you. I will check it regularly.

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  12. Great site, people think I'm so smart having all the current data. Smart site.

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  13. Just found your site and bookmarked it. Thanks for a great resource!

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  14. Can someone tell me what the current San Diego rainfall total has been so far for December of 2021? And if possible, what is the average rainfall for December in San Diego?

    Thank you in advance!

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    1. I'm currently out of town, but will post a month review when I return. In addition, I'll post my annual recap of the year.

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  15. Both Wunderground and Fox5 were forecasting some big rains for 12/29-12/30 but it just fizzled out

    Is this due to a new weather pattern that we are not yet familiar with? It seems all the rain got pushed up North

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    1. The system rode the coast as it moved south. It's going to bring the LA region a few inches of rain. Unfortunately, afterward, it is going to pull most of the heavy rain southward. A few showers are still possible through today and tomorrow, but it won't amount to much. Around .25" coastal and inland, near an inch in the mountains.

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  16. Dang I'm listening to the rain on the Monday evening... It's really nice to get some rain. I feel it was completely unexpected though, i had checked the Fox5 website earlier. It's the second downpour that was unexpected within a week

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    1. It's been a challenging weather pattern for sure, though I mentioned the rain chance in this blog post from Saturday :)

      http://sandiegoweathercenter.blogspot.com/2022/01/weather-update-saturday-1-15-2022.html

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  17. The 7 day rain totals image is stuck on the same picture for a couple of months.

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  18. Why is there no data about the monsoon rains that we've been having - July and August, 2022?

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    1. I've spent the last few months getting my brewery built in downtown, so I've been on a hiatus. Things have calmed down somewhat now that we are open, so I should be ready for updates this upcoming rain season!

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    2. Wow! Your own brewery in downtown San Diego. So glad for you. I just found the name in your About section -- "East Village Brewing Company." And found your website -- that's a great location on Park Blvd by the ball park.

      Looks like you are getting ready to open -- let us know when you do. Will definitely stop by. Those frosty mugs sure look tempting on these scorching days we're having.

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  19. Do you think you could reverse the order of comments so that the newest are first?

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  20. Finally some socal rain action

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  21. Did comments quit working again?

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  22. Hooray! Snow is on its way to the Sierra Nevadas this Friday. Will be checking the last map (percent of average rainfall so far this rain season) to see if we get some "greening" of those red and orange areas up north.

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