... a huge uptick in the San Diego percent-of-normal graph.
From now until October 1, San Diego typically gets about a third of an inch of rain. In the last two days, we've gotten more than an inch and a half. Very unusual, but very welcome.
We're now at 88% of normal.
San Diego is a coastal desert. A coastal desert with a population over 2 million. We get very little of our water locally, so while this storm was a welcome relief for the local flora and fauna, it won't have much of an impact on our water restrictions.