Unofficial 24-Hour Rainfall Totals, More Than Two Inches In Santa Cruz And Sonoma Counties

Most of the Bay Area has reached at least a quarter inch of rain in the past 24 hours, according to unofficial rainfall totals from the National Weather Service.

Areas with the highest rainfall over the past day include areas of Sonoma and Santa Cruz counties with some places receiving over two inches of rain.

At Venado, near Guerneville, 2.60 inches of rainfall have been recorded. Ben Lomond Mountain in Santa Cruz County has seen 2.41 inches, and the area of Walden West in Santa Clara County has seen 2.13 inches over the past day.

Weather officials said the Bay Area will continue to see chances of rain and showers over the next week.

Jade Atkins, Bay City News

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