The total season normal is 14.93 inches.
What is the average rainfall for southern California?
How much rainfall does Los Angeles get?
“Normal” or average seasonal precipitation for Downtown Los Angeles, typically provided by the National Weather Service, is 14.93 inches, based upon the average for seasons from 1981 through 2010.
How many inches of rain did Los Angeles get this year?
Downtown Los Angeles saw 2.12 inches of rain in the 24-hour period that ended at midnight Friday. The area has seen 15.5 inches of rain this water year, which began Oct. 1, surpassing the average for the entire year of 14.93 inches. This represents the region getting 173% of average precipitation for this time of year.
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