(BCN) – Some parts of the Bay Area received more than two inches of rain while others saw a fraction of an inch in the past 24 hours, National Weather Service officials said.
The unincorporated Sonoma County community of Venado, seven miles north northwest of Guerneville, received 2.96 inches, according to data released at 6:24 p.m.
A gauge three miles west northwest of Guerneville collected 2.31 inches and a gauge in the unincorporated community of Rio Nido recorded 2 inches, NWS officials said.
One gauge in Marin County collected 1.36 inches, while in Napa County, Mt. Saint Helena received three quarters of an inch and Calistoga received about a half an inch, according to NWS officials.
Three locations in Oakland received about a tenth of an inch, NWS officials said. Ocean Beach in San Francisco received about a tenth of an inch and other places in the City received about half an inch, according to NWS officials.
Day Valley, an unincorporated community in Santa Cruz County, received nearly nine tenths of an inch, NWS officials said. Other gauges in the county recorded less than a tenth of an inch, according to NWS officials.
Only Orinda, near the San Pablo Reservoir, received more than a tenth of an inch, at .11 inches, while all other places in the county reported less than a tenth of an inch of rain, NWS data show.
NWS officials said not all of the data released is official.