SAN DIEGO — A storm system with moisture from an atmospheric river swept over the region this week, dumping rain across the county.

The National Weather Service forecasts widely scattered showers to continue into Thursday morning from the coast to the mountains with some areas receiving heavy downpours.

Strong westward winds are also expected into Friday morning, especially for the mountains and desert lands

Five-day precipitation totals are in and NWS data shows rainfalls levels surpassing 5 inches in the Henshaw Dam area, located at the southeast base of Palomar Mountain. This marks the highest recorded level for the week so far.

Here’s a breakdown of the highest accumulating precipitation levels in San Diego’s coastal areas, valleys, mountains and desert lands. The data reflects five-day totals as of 5:06 a.m. Thursday morning, according to calculations from NWS.

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

Coastal areas

General areaPrecipitation level
Oceanside2.29 inches
San Onofre2.03 inches
Vista1.94 inches
Kearny Mesa1.91 inches
Miramar1.90 inches

Valley areas

General areaPrecipitation level
Skyline Ranch (Valley Center)3.21 inches
Otay Mountain3.04 inches
Fallbrook 2.88 inches
Lake Wohlford (Escondido)2.84 inches
Mount Woodson2.80 inches

Mountain areas

General areaPrecipitation level
Henshaw Dam5.42 inches
Lake Cuyamaca4.53 inches
Palomar4.50 inches
Mesa Grande 4.40 inches
Julian4.07 inches

Desert areas

General areaPrecipitation level
Borrego Palm Canyon1.01 inches
Borrego Springs0.54 inches
Agua Caliente0.22 inches
Ocotillo Wells0.12 inches

Looking ahead to next week, NWS says another low pressure system from the northwest could bring even more rain to the county come mid-week.