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Storm Totals for May 22nd (updated)

Posted May 27, 2006, 4:39 PM.

A fast, late-season spring storm dumped a quarter inch or more of rainfall on parts of western Riverside and northern San Diego counties. It was the first major rainfall since a wet April in the inland communities.

East of Temecula, 0.50" was recorded. South De Luz was next at 0.49". Riverside recorded the next most at 0.45". Murrieta recorded the least at 0.18".

The storm catapulted many communities over the 10" mark for the season (including Lake Elsinore and Temecula). Hemet remained just under 10" for the season, and Sun City and Riverside remained much drier in the 6" range.

The rain season began on July 1st, 2005 and ends June 30th.

The following storm totals were recorded:

Location Total  Season  Source
Eastern Temecula 0.50"  10.69"  Jim Sappington
South De Luz 0.49"  12.47"  Steve Rhodes
Riverside 0.45"  5.91"  WeatherCurrents / U.C. Riverside
South Fallbrook 0.43"  N/A  Dan Townley
Northwest Lake Elsinore 0.33"  10.30"  WeatherCurrents
South Fallbrook 0.32"  10.54"  WeatherCurrents
South Temecula 0.29"  10.29"  WeatherCurrents
North De Luz 0.24"  13.06"  WeatherCurrents
Central Temecula 0.24"  N/A  Keith Newman
East Hemet 0.21"  9.97"  WeatherCurrents
Sun City 0.20"  6.64"  WeatherCurrents
Northwest Murrieta 0.18"  10.21"  WeatherCurrents
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