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Street flooding on Rossmore Ave in the Hancock Park of Los Angeles when storm drains became clogged by debris. | Photo by Jonathon Alcom (Sundogg) via the LAist Featured Photos Flickr pool.

Through 10 a.m. this morning, here are the rain and snow totals in inches from the National Weather Service.

Rain

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Downtown LA -- 3.43
Long Beach -- 2.85
Santa Monica -- 2.69
Bel Air -- 3.39
Beverly Hills -- 4.20
Hollywood -- 3.50
La Habra Heights -- 1.77
Burbank -- 3.97
Van Nuys -- 3.12
Agoura -- 4.41
Chatsworth -- 3.89
Hansen Dam Area -- 4.35
Newhall -- 5.95
Saugus -- 2.42
Eagle Rock -- 2.80
Whittier Hills -- 2.27
Claremont -- 2.15

Snow

Greater Frazier Mountain/Interstate 5
Above 4500 ft., new overnight snow -- 6 to 7 inches
At 5200 ft -- 10 inches

Antelope Valley from 3200 to 4200 ft. -- 1 to 2 inches

News Editor Andy Sternberg contributed to this report