Greater Tucson damp, while Green Valley receives most of the rain overnight

2013-08-06T08:55:00Z 2013-08-06T08:55:20Z Greater Tucson damp, while Green Valley receives most of the rain overnightKimberly Matas Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
August 06, 2013 8:55 am  • 

Greater Tucson received a trace of rain overnight — .08 of an inch here and there — but it was the Green Valley area that was deluged.

The Santa Cruz River at Elephant Head Road was soaked by 1.10 inches of rain, according to Pima County Regional Flood Control District gauges.

Other Flood Control District rain totals over the last 24 hours include:

• .04 of an inch in Saddlebrooke

• .24 of an inch on Oracle Ridge in the Santa Catalina Mountains

• .31 of an inch in Molino Canyon near Mile Post 3 along the Mount Lemmon highway

• .31 of an inch along Redington Road near Alamo Wells in the Redington Pass area

• .98 of an inch at Manning Camp in the Rincon Mountains

• .20 of an inch on Country Club Road near Columbia Street

• .28 of an inch at Summit Elementary School on Tucson’s south side

• .79 of an inch at Altar Wash at Highway 286 in the Altar Valley area

• .24 of an inch along Moore Road at La Cholla Boulevard on the northwest side

• .55 of an inch on Haystack Mountain in the Vail area

Today it will be mostly cloudy over Tucson with a slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Highs are expected to be between 86 and 92 degrees.

How much did it rain at your home yesterday?

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