How much rain has fallen in Arizona?

John Tanet
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A winter-like storm system is blowing through Arizona and soaking the Valley.

PHOENIX — Rainy weather has been soaking most of Arizona this Easter Sunday. On one hand it’s a bummer for outdoor plans, but at least rain on this day is rare enough to be noteworthy!

After the first round of showers and storms, the National Weather Service predicts that the next batch of rain is heading into Phoenix. Additionally, snowfall will continue to batter the High Country for much of the afternoon.

Before that gets underway, we’ve got a look at the rainfall as of noon on Sunday. Snow is a little more difficult to measure as NWS cannot take readings until active snowfall stops.

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Rainfall totals

>> Data provided by the Flood Control District of Maricopa County

  • Downtown Phoenix: .28 inches
  • Tempe: .20-.31 inches
  • Scottsdale: .28 inches
  • North Phoenix: .35 inches
  • Sun City: .28 inches
  • Surprise: .20 inches
  • Goodyear: .28 inches
  • Glendale: .31 inches
  • Mesa: .24-.31 inches
  • Gilbert: .20 inches
  • Chandler: .20 inches

Snow totals

>> Data from the National Weather Service

  • Arizona Snowbowl: 8.5 inches
  • Williams: 6.4 inches


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