How much rain fell across SLO County in the past 24 hours?

By KAREN VELIE

An atmospheric river stormed across San Luis Obispo County on Sunday and early Monday, launching this years rainy season.

San Luis Obispo County released rain totals for the past 24 hours. Rocky Butte in northern SLO County leads with 5.16 inches, with eastern Nipomo at the low end with .39 of an inch of rain.

SLO County 24-hour rain totals:

Rocky Butte – 5.16 inches

Camp San Luis – 3.7 inches

East of Highway 101 on the Cuesta Grade – 3.35 inches

Highway 41 between Atascadero and Morro Bay – 3.19 inches

Lopez Lake – 2.76 inches

Los Osos 2.64 inches

Morro Bay – 2.29 inches

Santa Margarita – 2.29 inches

San Luis Obispo – 2.21 inches

Cambria – 2.01 inches

Arroyo Grande – 1.91 inches

Atascadero – 1.62 inches

San Simeon – 1.62

Oceano – 1.54 inches

Creston – 1.54 inches

Shandon – 1.1 inches

Eastern Nipomo – .39 of an inch

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