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Last Week's Rainfall Totals

Posted March 29, 2005, 8:09 AM.

Weather stations in De Luz led last week's rainfall totals, which added another three quarters of an inch to seasonal rainfall in the area. After the storms, Fallbrook held a narrow lead for the wettest season among WeatherCurrents' sites at 35.87". Another automated rain gauge in Fallbrook, run by Dan Townley, had received 36.80" of rain for the season, which was very close to the Fallbrook record of 36.85", recorded in 1992/1993 by George F. Emerich.

Sun City received the least amount of rainfall at 0.40".

Despite the rainfall, March rainfall in all areas remained below norms of 2.5-3" for the month.

Posted a little late, but here's rainfall totals from last week's storm for southwestern Riverside County and northern San Diego County:

Location Tuesday-Friday  Season Source
North De Luz 0.85"  N/A  WeatherCurrents
South De Luz 0.84"  35.91"  Steve Rhodes
South Fallbrook 0.80"  36.80"  Dan Townley
Central Temecula 0.78"  N/A  Keith Newman
South Fallbrook 0.76"  35.87"  WeatherCurrents
East Hemet 0.74"  28.32"  WeatherCurrents
South Temecula 0.73"  31.36"  WeatherCurrents
Northwest Murrieta 0.72"  35.85"  WeatherCurrents
East Murrieta 0.71"  N/A  Steven Craig
Northwest Lake Elsinore 0.61"  N/A  WeatherCurrents
Northeast Temecula 0.61"  29.84"  Michael Mojarro
Sun City 0.40"  N/A  WeatherCurrents
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