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Your Neighborhood, Your Rain

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Street flooding on Rossmore Ave in the Hancock Park of Los Angeles when storm drains became clogged by debris. | Photo byJonathon 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.


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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


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