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RAINFALL TOTALS: How much rain has fallen in the Valley?

Posted at 5:20 AM, Oct 01, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-03 02:09:32-04

The brunt of Tropical Storm Rosa has already hit the Valley, but we still have a chance for more rainfall through Wednesday.  

As of 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Phoenix has picked up 2.63 inches of rain since midnight at the official measurement spot at Sky Harbor, breaking the record for the most rainfall ever recorded on this October 2. The previous record was 0.60 inches back on this date in 1981.

National Weather Service officials tell ABC15 the measurements at Sky Harbor increased rapidly through the day and could still go up. 


How much rain has already fallen in the Valley in the last 24 hours? Here are the latest rainfall totals (last updated 11:00 p.m. Tuesday):

Ahwatukee: 2.36"

Anthem: 2.05"

Apache Junction: 0.71"

Bartlett Lake: 2.44"

Buckeye: 1.10"

Carefree: 3.36"

Chandler: 1.77"

Downtown Phoenix: 1.85" 

Fountain Hills: 2.48"

Gilbert: 0.75"

Glendale: 1.65"

Goodyear: 1.97"

Horseshoe Reservoir: 1.77"

Lake Pleasant (north side): 2.09"

Litchfield Park: 1.61"

McCormick Ranch (Scottsdale): 2.80"

Mesa: 1.14"

North Phoenix: 2.13"

North Scottsdale: 2.52"

Paradise Valley: 2.48"

Pinnacle Peak (Scottsdale): 3.03"

South Mountain Park: 2.13"

Sun City West: 1.65"

Surprise: 1.54"

Tempe: 2.32"

Wittmann: 1.61"

See more readings from the Maricopa County Flood Control District here