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Here’s how much rain fell in 30 greater San Diego communities during the big storm

The massive electrical storm that hit San Diego County on Monday and early Tuesday brought significant rain to a county badly in need of precipitation. Here’s a sample of rainfall across the region, as compiled by the National Weather Service. A new storm might arrive on Thursday.

Big Black Mountain: 0.88 inches
Lemon Grove: 0.78 inches
Palomar Mountain: 0.78 inches
Fashion Valley: 0.72 inches
Lake Murray: 0.71 inches

Kearny Mesa: 0.68 inches
Bonsall: 0.68 inches
Otay Mountain: 0.67 inches
San Diego International Airport: 0.64 inches
Oceanside: 0.63 inches

Fallbrook: 0.63 inches
La Mesa: 0.63 inches
Encinitas: 0.61 inches
Rainbow Camp: 0.61 inches
Montgomery Field: 0.61 inches

San Diego University Heights: 0.61 inches
Escondido: 0.60 inches
Carlsbad: 0.59 inches
Mount Woodson: 0.58 inches
Valley Center: 0.56 inches

Miramar Lake: 0.54 inches
Santee: 0.54 inches
Vista: 0.50 inches
San Marcos: 0.50 inches
Point Loma: 0.49 inches

Descanso: 0.46 inches
Alpine: 0.43 inches
Julian: 0.43 inches
Campo: 0.37 inches
Ranchita: 0.32 inches

Mount Laguna: 0.28 inches