SAN DIEGO — It was a wet morning for many across San Diego County Sunday as a “tropical moisture plum,” also known as an atmospheric river, lifted northward.

Just how much rain has the region seen over the past couple of days?

The National Weather Service released its two-day precipitation totals as of 7:32 a.m. Sunday, and here’s a look at those results:

*Note: Rainfall amounts were collected at NWS stations across the county.

North County areas

Julian 0.31 inches
Poway 0.23 inches
Oceanside 0.08 inches
Ramona 0.06 inches
Escondido 0.06 inches
Vista 0.04 inches
Encinitas 0.04 inches
Carlsbad 0.03 inches
El Camino Del Norte 0.03 inches
San Onofre 0.02 inches
San Marcos 0.02 inches
(NWS measurements)

San Diego areas

Miramar 0.31 inches
Kearney Mesa 0.30 inches
Fashion Valley 0.21 inches
Montgomery Field 0.19 inches
Chula Vista 0.18 inches
Point Loma 0.12 inches
Brown Field 0.10 inches
(NWS measurements)

East County areas

Santa Ysabel 0.48 inches
San Miguel Raws (Near Spring Valley) 0.38 inches
Santee 0.25 inches
Alpine Raws 0.26 inches
Dulzura Summit 0.25 inches
La Mesa 0.18 inches
Mt. Laguna Raws 0.11 inches
Campo 0.13 inches
(NWS measurements)

South Bay areas

National City 0.22 inches
Chula Vista 0.18 inches
(NWS measurements)

Don’t see the area you are looking for? A full list of precipitation levels from NWS stations across the region can be found here.

Looking ahead, weather officials are warning of a period of strong Santa Ana winds across Southern California from late Sunday through Tuesday.

Hang on to your hats, San Diegans.

By Admin

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