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Metro Tucson rain totals (as of 11 AM Thursday)

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TUCSON - Widespread rainfall is beginning to decrease across the Old Pueblo.

Since Wednesday afternoon, Tucson International Airport has recorded 1.29" rain. This marks the most rain in Tucson since August 13th, 2017, when 1.48" rain fell. It also marks a significant reduction in the rainfall deficit this year. As of 11 AM, Tucson was running 0.07" below normal for rainfall in 2018.

However, Tucson's rainfall deficit since the start of August remains just under 4".

Much of Metro Tucson has picked up around an inch of beneficial rainfall. For Mount Lemmon, this has been an all-rain event. A weather station on Mount Lemmon has registered a staggering 6.38" rainfall since Wednesday afternoon. As a result, some washes and streams have minor runoff occurring.

How much rain fell in your backyard? Click here for a complete list of totals compiled by the National Weather Service in Tucson.

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