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Rain totals pretty impressive

November 26, 2008 |  5:29 pm

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How wet was it today? According to the National Weather Service, there were numerous rainfall records set for the day, including at UCLA and in Lancaster, Palmdale, Long Beach, Woodland Hills and San Gabriel. Some of these records go back to 1960. Some rainfall totals:

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES.............. 1.60

LONG BEACH ............................. 1.57

BEVERLY HILLS............................ 0.85

SIERRA MADRE .......................... 2.07

LA HABRA HEIGHTS..................... 1.11

CLAREMONT.............................. 1.33

A flash flood warning for the Los Angeles County burn areas was expected to end at 5:30 p.m. And it looks like some beaches are already closing because of pollution.

--Shelby Grad

Impressive photo, too, by Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

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