LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The thunderstorms that swept through Southern California Monday night and this morning dropped nearly half an inch of rain in some areas.
The National Weather Service reports that Los Angeles County’s Big Dalton Dam has fallen .41 inches of rain. LA County’s Santa Fe Dam recorded 0.33 inches of rain.
Other parts of Southern California had minor rainfall records. Santa Monica had 0.27 inches of rain and Hansen Dam in the San Fernando Valley had 0.21 inches.
Hollywood Reservoir was 0.15 inches, Woodland Hills was 0.19 inches, Chatsworth Reservoir was 0.16 inches, and Van Nuys was 0.13 inches.
Downtown LA recorded 0.11 inches of rain and Pasadena recorded 0.18 inches of rain.
The San Gabriel Valley today has a 20% chance of rain and the Riverside County valleys and mountainous areas of LA County have a low chance of showers and thunderstorms.
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