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April Storm Totals Are Most This Year

Posted April 25, 2007, 10:32 AM.

Rainfall in Riverside and San Diego Counties on April 20th and April 22nd-23rd totaled the most in a meager rain year.

In many inland communities, the rainfall on April 20th represented the single largest storm amount of the season. Temecula's 0.61", De Luz's 0.59", Sun City's 0.60", Murrieta's 0.51", Lake Elsinore's 0.36" and Riverside's 0.35" were all the best of the year. Fallbrook's 0.80" came close to 0.81" on January 30th.

Despite the additional rainfall, Western Riverside County remained on track for the worst rainfall season of the decade. Temecula's worst total was 3.87" in 2001-2002.

Fallbrook had just 3.31" in 2001-2002, and this year's 6.09" to date was far better.

Data for other communities for the 2001-2002 rain season was not available for comparison. Most WeatherCurrents installations are newer.

April storm and season rainfall totals as of April 25 (in most communities):

Location April 20 April 22-23 Season  Source
South Fallbrook 0.80"  0.05"  6.09"  WeatherCurrents
East Hemet 0.26"  0.06"  4.19"  WeatherCurrents
De Luz 0.59"  0.03"  4.10"  WeatherCurrents
South Temecula 0.61"  0.02"  3.75"  WeatherCurrents
Eastern Temecula 0.65"  0.05  3.35"  Jim Sappington
Sun City 0.60"  0.04"  3.01"  WeatherCurrents
Northwest Murrieta 0.51"  0.02"  2.87"  WeatherCurrents
Northwest Lake Elsinore 0.36"  0.02"  2.22"  WeatherCurrents
Riverside (Canyon Crest) 0.35"  0.06"  2.14"  WeatherCurrents
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