How many inches of rain did Los Angeles get?

Average for seasons 1944 through 2020: 11.72 inches*

Season (July 1-June 30) Total Inches of Rainfall Inches Above/Below (+/-) Overall Season Average*
2019-2020 13.19 +1.47
2018-2019 16.94 +5.22
2017-2018 3.87 -7.85
2016-2017 16.33 +4.61

Did recent storm help California drought?

A late-season storm was clearing out of drought-stricken California on Tuesday after dousing parts of the state with downpours and mountain snow.

How much rain did LA get this year?

Downtown Los Angeles (USC Campus) 2021-2022 Rainfall Season-to-Date

Month Rainfall Measured Season-To-Date Rainfall
Jan 2022 0.19 10.59
Feb 2022 0.06 10.65
Mar 2022 1.41 12.06

How many inches of rain does California get?

Overall average for seasons 1877 through 2020: 14.67 inches* See month-by-month numbers as season unfolds.

Will there be a drought in 2022?

Prolonged, persistent drought forecast in the West for second year in a row. Elevated chances of a much warmer and drier than average spring across much of the West. Risk of major flooding confined to Upper Midwest, risks of minor to moderate floods throughout Mississippi River watershed and Southeast.

What is the wettest month in California?

The rainy period of the year lasts for 6.3 months, from October 16 to April 25, with a sliding 31-day rainfall of at least 0.5 inches. The month with the most rain in Los Angeles is February, with an average rainfall of 3.3 inches. The rainless period of the year lasts for 5.7 months, from April 25 to October 16.

How much rain did Los Angeles get in December?

Los Angeles has wettest December in 11 years. Los Angeles, California, has recorded 8.61 inches of rain this month. It has been the wettest December since 2010 and the fourth wettest overall.