Area Rainfall Totals: Complete Measurement Update

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TL/DR –

San Diego is experiencing increased rainfall due to the atmospheric river that has entered the area. The heaviest rain is expected to fall from Monday evening into the overnight hours, with a Flash Flood Warning in effect for Fallbrook and Rainbow until 11:30 p.m., and a Moderate Flood Advisory for San Diego County until midnight. A Moderate Flood Watch has also been issued for the coastal areas, mountains, inland valleys, and deserts through Tuesday evening.


San Diego Prepares for Significant Rainfall from Atmospheric River

San Diego is set to experience increased rainfall totals as the atmospheric river sweeps through the area.

According to the National Weather Service (NWS) San Diego, the heaviest downpours are anticipated Monday night.

NWS has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Fallbrook and Rainbow till 11:30 p.m. A Moderate Flood Advisory is also in effect for San Diego County until midnight. Furthermore, a Moderate Flood Watch has been triggered for the coastal areas, mountains, inland valleys, and deserts through Tuesday evening.

Stay updated on road closures and real-time changes due to the storm in San Diego via this link.

As per the 10 p.m. report, here are the rainfall totals in various regions of San Diego:

NORTH COUNTY

  • Encinitas: 1.29 inches
  • Carlsbad: 1.83 inches
  • Oceanside: 2.50 inches
  • Fallbrook: 2.56 inches
  • Escondido: 1.27 inches

EAST COUNTY

  • Ramona: 0.69 inches
  • Poway: 0.86 inches
  • Santee: 0.82 inches
  • La Mesa: 0.63 inches

SAN DIEGO

  • Rancho Bernardo: 0.585 inches
  • Kearny Mesa: 0.82 inches
  • Mission Valley: 0.98 inches
  • Fashion Valley: 0.87 inches
  • San Diego International Airport: 0.79 inches
  • Point Loma: 0.85 inches

SOUTH BAY

  • Bonita: 0.54 inches
  • Brown Field: 0.62 inches


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