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Saturday's rainfall totals by city

Saturday was a wet day in Southern California, but rainfall totals were lower than the 2 inches or more seen in some locations on Friday.

A flash flood watch remains in effect until 9 p.m. Saturday and a high surf advisory until 5 p.m. Sunday.

Here's a sampling of rainfall totals throughout the region for the 24-hour period ending 7 p.m. Saturday:

Alhambra 0.85 inches
Beverly Hills 0.72 inches
Costa Mesa 0.56 inches
Downtown Los Angeles 0.83 inches
Fullerton 0.59 inches
Hollywood Reservoir 1.62 inches
John Wayne Airport 0.55 inches
Lancaster 0.25 inches
Long Beach 0.25 inches
Ontario 1.02 inches
San Gabriel Dam 2.23 inches
Santa Ana 0.34 inches
Santa Monica 0.81 inches
Simi Valley 1.50 inches
Soledad Canyon 1.12 inches
Thousand Oaks 1.07 inches


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