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Redlands area rainfall totals

Updated 2/8

REDLANDS, Calif. – A strong storm fueled by an atmospheric river has unleashed record-breaking rainfall on Southern California, leading to road closures, destructive mudslides, widespread flooding and power outages affecting thousands.

UPDATE 2/8: 5 day area rainfall totals: On Thursday morning National Weather Service updated rainfall totals showing 5-6 inches of rain around Redlands since Saturday night.

  • Cal State San Bernardino: 9.30 inches
  • San Bernardino County yard: 6.57 inches
  • Reche Canyon: 6.54 inches
  • Highland Plunge Creek: 6.30 inches
  • Crafton Reservoir: 5.47 inches
  • San Timoteo Landfill: 5.79 inches
  • Yucaipa Regional Park: 5 inches

The highest 5-day rainfall total in San Bernardino County was reported in Middle Fork, Lytle Creek with 15.44 inches of rain.

UDPATE 2/7: 4 day area rainfall totals: On Wednesday morning the National Weather Service updated rainfall totals showing 5 inches of rain around Redlands.

The highest 4-day rainfall total in San Bernardino County was reported in Middle Fork, Lytle Creek with 13.99 inches of rain.

2/6 Area rainfall totals: As of Tuesday afternoon, the National Weather Service reported 4-5 inches of rain at stations near Redlands including:

  • San Bernardino County yard: 5.79 inches
  • Reche Canyon: 5.67 inches
  • Highland Plunge Creek: 5.43 inches
  • Crafton Reservoir: 4.61 inches
  • San Timoteo Landfill: 4.92 inches

Areas of San Bernardino County with the most rainfall, according to the NWS Tuesday afternoon report, include:

  • Middle Fork, Lytle Creek: 13.6 inches
  • Lytle Creek RAWS: 12.2 inches
  • Deer Creek Dam: 10.9 inches
  • Bernina Drive: 9.93 inches
  • Glen Helen Regional Park: 9.92 inches
  • Panorama Point: 9.92 inches
  • Mt. Baldy: 9.79 inches
  • Santiago Peak: 9.72 inches
  • Cucamonga Canyon: 9.57 inches
  • San Sevaine Sprdg Gr.: 9.33 inches
  • Devore Fire Station: 8.85 inches
  • Cal State San Bernardino: 8.15 inches
  • San Antonio Heights: 7.79 inches
  • Rialto: 7.29 inches

Another round of showers are expected Tuesday night. A flood watch remains in effect in San Bernardino County until Wednesday, Feb. 7 6am, according to the NWS.

This story is developing and will be updated.


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