Bay Area rainfall totals Monday and Tuesday

A woman carries an umbrella as she crosses Powell Street n San Francisco, Thursday, March 3, 2016. Light rain has started in the San Francisco Bay Area as the region braces for a series of storms expected this weekend and into next week. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

(KRON) The National Weather Service has released its rainfall totals for the 24 hours between Monday morning and Tuesday 6 a.m.

Here are the top spots in each county:

Alameda County:

Oakland 1.61 inches

Piedmont 1.49 inches

Lake Merritt 1.37 inches

Contra Costa County:

Mount Diablo 3.29 inches

Lafayete 2.68 inches

Moraga 2.29 inches

Marin County:

Kentfield 4.41 inches

Woodacre 3.72 inches

Mill Valley 2.32 inches

Napa County:

Yountville 4.29 inches

Saint Helena 3.63 inches

Angwin 3.52 inches

San Francisco County:

San Francisco .75 inches

San Mateo County:

Pescadero 2.44 inches

Russian Ridge Open Space 2.33 inches

Pacifica 1.58 inches

Santa Clara County:

Saratoga 3.00 inches

Lexington Hills 2.79 inches

Monte Sereno 1.69 inches

Santa Cruz County:

Ben Lomond 3.28 inches

Scotts Valley 2.73 inches

Boulder Creek 2.32 inches

Sonoma County:

Guerneville 6.32 inches

Healdsburg 3.03 inches

Santa Rosa 2.95 inches


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