Over a 24-hour period ending at 10:30 a.m., the highest recorded rainfall tally from the dark bands of clouds was 2.64 inches at Lake Cuyamaca, according to the National Weather Service.
Other precipitation totals included 2.57 inches at Birch Hill, 2.47 at Palomar Observatory, 2.36 in Oak Glen, 2.31 in Pine Hills, 2.14 in Julian, 2.12 in Pines Hills, 2.09 in Cedar Glen, 1.73 at Henshaw Dam, 1.25 in Descanso, 1.18 on Otay Mountain, 0.98 in Alpine, 0.9 at Lake Wohlford, 0.87 in Valley Center, 0.79 in Escondido, 0.7 in Ramona, 0.61 in Flinn Springs, 0.6 in Fallbrook, 0.53 in Poway, 0.5 in Rancho Bernardo, 0.33 at Miramar Lake, 0.31 in La Mesa, 0.29 in Carlsbad, 0.28 in Santee, 0.22 in Solana Beach, 0.19 in Encinitas, 0.18 at Lindbergh Field, 0.16 in San Ysidro and 0.12 in Point Loma.
Some of the highest-altitude locales in the county, including Palomar Mountain, got light dustings of snow.
The unsettled climate was expected to keep producing isolated showers locally through the afternoon, mostly in and around the mountains, before departing completely.
Another inclement weather pattern likely will bring more chances of rain next weekend, according to the NWS.