LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The weekend winter storm dumped as much as 10.2 inches of precipitation in local mountains.
Automated rain gauges operated by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works are used to dispatch flood control and road repair crews. As of 1 p.m. today, the 72-hour total showed:
-- 10.2 inches at the Clear Creek station, near the Station Burn area north of Mt. Wilson,
-- 5.51 inches at La Canada-Flintridge, just south of the Station Burn area,
-- 5.00 inches at Sepulveda Canyon, near Getty Center,
-- 4.53 inches at Sierra Madre,
-- 4.33 inches at Pine Canyon Portal, in the San Francisquito Canyon burn area,
-- 4.13 inches at Hollywood Reservoir,
-- 4.09 inches at Newhall-Soledad
-- 3.86 inches at Agoura Hills,
-- 3.43 inches in Malibu Canyon at Monte Nido,
-- 2.76 inches at the Bel Air Hotel above Westwood,
-- 2.60 inches at Castaic Junction, and
-- 1.49 inches at Huntington Beach.
Posted by Amy King