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Los Angeles rain: Rainfall totals by city

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Cities across Los Angeles County were racking up impressive rainfall totals Friday from a powerful winter storm.

Here's a sampling of rainfall totals from throughout the region:

Alhambra 2.06 inches 

Bel Air 2.6 inches

Beverly Hills 2.39 inches

California Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve 2.64 inches

Canoga Park 2.21 inches

Chatsworth Reservoir 2.27 inches

Claremont 1.28 inches

Costa Mesa 1.1 inches 

Culver City 1.3 inches

Dana Point 1.01 inches 

Downtown Los Angeles 2.28 inches

Eagle Rock Reservoir 2.6 inches

Fullerton 1.13 inches 

Getty Center 2.58 inches 

Hansen Dam 2.42 inches

Hollywood Reservoir 2.01 inches

Huntington Beach 0.89 inches

John Wayne Airport 1.12 inches

Laguna Beach 0.9 inches

Laguna Hills 1.27 inches 

Lake Forest 1.44 inches 

Lancaster 1.54 inches

Los Angeles International Airport 1.62 inches

Long Beach 1.03 inches

Northridge 2.08 inches

Opids Camp, typically the rainiest part of the San Gabriel Mountains 6.33 inches 

Palmdale 1.02 inches 

Pasadena 2.64 inches

Pacoima Dam 2.8 inches

Pomona 1.12 inches 

Redondo Beach 1.28 inches

Santa Monica 1.68 inches

San Gabriel Dam 4.72 inches

San Juan Capistrano 1.34 inches

Santa Ana 1.14 inches

Sierra Madre 2.39 inches 

South Gate 1.28 inches

Torrance 1.11 inches 

Van Nuys 2.6 inches

Woodland Hills 2.63 inches

Yorba Linda 1.69 inches

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