LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A slew of rainfall records were set across Los Angeles County on Thursday, as the Southland was drenched by yet another winter storm in the month of December.

As of 7:30 p.m., each of the records provided by the National Weather Service is preliminary, with more accurate numbers expected late Thursday evening.

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Record rainfall numbers were reported in:

  • Downtown Los Angeles; 2.34 inches on Dec. 30, breaking record of 1.85 inches set in 1936.
  • Palmdale Airport; 0.85 inches on Dec. 30, breaking record of 0.38 inches set in 1951.
  • Bob Hope Airport (Burbank); 1.9 inches on Dec. 30, breaking record of 0.84 inches set in 1951.
  • Long Beach Airport; 2.07 inches on Dec. 30, breaking record of 0.98 inches set in 1981.
  • Lancaster; 1.17 inches on Dec. 30, breaking record of 0.41 inches set in 1951.
  • Sandberg; 2.05 inches on Dec. 30, breaking record of 0.57 inches set in 1995.
  • Camarillo; 1.81 inches on Dec. 30, breaking record of 1.29 inches set in 1951.
  • Los Angeles International Airport; 3.09 inches on Dec. 30, breaking record of 1.5 inches set in 1981.
  • NWS Oxnard; 2.03 inches on Dec. 30, breaking record of 1.29 inches set in 1951.
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With additional rainfall expected throughout Thursday evening, these numbers are likely to grow larger.

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