This map shows some of the bigger rain totals from Tropical Storm Hilary in various Southern California cities during the 48 hours, starting Saturday, Aug. 19 at 8 a.m.
The National Weather Service provides a weather and hazards data viewer that displays the amount of rain that has fallen during a specified time period. The map here shows places that experienced at least 2.5″ of precipitation.
For a more detailed, live view of the data, and to explore the information yourself, visit this link to the the NWS map, which is set to show rainfall totals in Southern California over the last 48 hours.
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