Map: Tucson's rain totals since Thursday

2012-12-14T08:30:00Z 2012-12-14T14:28:36Z Map: Tucson's rain totals since ThursdayKori Rumore / Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
December 14, 2012 8:30 am  • 

A steady rain overnight means near half-inch precipitation totals or higher for much of the Tucson metro area.

According to the National Weather Service, Tucson Weather Forecast Office, this storm has brought the first rain to the area since Nov. 10 — and the highest measurable rain totals since Sept. 10.

The highest totals are found on Mount Lemmon, where several Pima County Regional Flood Control District gauge sites have recorded more than an inch of rain.

At Tucson International Airport, the city's official recording site, a total of 0.59 inches was reported this morning. This means the December rain total is currently above normal, but the yearly rain total is still more than three inches below normal.

Other Southern Arizona rain totals through 5 a.m. Friday


Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: 0.68"

Bisbee-Douglas Airport: 0.27"

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base: 0.56"

Elgin: 0.68"

Nogales International Airport: 0.61"

Safford Airport: 0.44"

Tohono Chul Park: 0.65"

Willcox: 0.38"

How much has it rained at your home?

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