SAN DIEGO — A cold low pressure system swept over San Diego County the last few days, bringing bands of scattered showers.

Widespread precipitation occurred in bouts throughout the region on Wednesday and into Thursday, with a severe thunderstorm warning issued for several cities.

The National Weather Service San Diego has released its three-day precipitation totals, with some areas receiving more than others.

Here’s a breakdown of accumulating precipitation levels across some parts of the county as of 8:19 p.m.Thursday, according to calculations from NWS.

*Areas above the freezing level may not show accurate precipitation totals, said NWS.

North County

General locationPrecipitation level
Palomar Observatory1.90 inches
Fallbrook1.12 inches
Valley Center0.97 inches
San Onofre0.94 inches
Escondido1.08 inches
Carlsbad0.63 inches
Oceanside0.49 inches
San Marcos0.65 inches
Vista0.45 inches
Encinitas 0.49 inches

East County

General locationPrecipitation level
Alpine 1.72 inches
Santee0.76 inches
La Mesa0.79 inches
Agua Caliente0.20 inches

South Bay

General locationPrecipitation level
Otay Mountain1.46 inches
National City 0.52 inches

Don’t see your area listed? You can find more three-day rainfall totals listed by NWS here.

Weather officials say a warming trend is expected to start Friday and continue into the weekend with temperatures for the coast and valleys warmest on Saturday. For the deserts and mountains, the warmest temperatures are anticipated Sunday, NWS said.