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Wednesday rainfall totals: How much fell across the Valley?

Rain is the name of the game Wednesday as an atmospheric river will bring loads of precipitation to the Grand Canyon State.

PHOENIX — Rain was the name of the game Wednesday as an atmospheric river brought loads of precipitation to Arizona.

A Flood Watch is posted for much of the high country - including Black Canyon City, Paulden, and Payson - from Wednesday morning until Thursday afternoon.

Rain and clouds will cap Wednesday Valley highs in the lower to middle 60s and high-country highs in the lower 40s to upper 60s.


The following rainfall totals represent the rain collected as of 5:00 a.m. Thursday, March 15.

  • Phoenix: 0.55"
  • Tempe: 0.94"
  • Ahwatukee: 0.51"
  • Mesa: 0.63"
  • Guadalupe: 0.79"
  • Goodyear: 0.43"
  • Glendale: 0.31"
  • Peoria: 0.31"
  • Queen Creek: 0.47"
  • Paradise Valley: 0.79"
  • Gilbert: 0.59"
  • Scottsdale: 0.55"
  • Apache Junction: 0.67"
  • Chandler: 0.51"
  • El Mirage: 0.31"

Rainfall totals across the Valley can be tracked here.

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