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Courtesy of Ian Margaziotis

Pacific Palisades March 2018 Rain Report

Pacific Palisades received 1.80 inches of rain on March 2 and .18 inches on March 3. This brings the season total (since
Courtesy of Ian Margaziotis

Pacific Palisades January 2018 Rain Report

The first measurable rainstorm since last February brought 2.10 inches of rain to Pacific Palisades on January 8-9, acco

Pacific Palisades April 2017 Rain Report

On March 21, light showers brought 0.32 inches of rain in Pacific Palisades, bringing the season total to 22.69 inches.

Pacific Palisades March 2017 Rain Report

A light drizzle on March 5 added .04 inch of rain to this year’s total rainfall accumulation, which is now 22.37 inche
Courtesy of Ian Margaziotis

Pacific Palisades End of February 2017 Rain Report

Friday through Saturday, Feb, 10-l1, brought a drenching rainstorm in Pacific Palisades and the region that dropped 3.09
Anthony Dietl, who volunteered as a Hole 4 marshal, took this photo. Initially, tournament volunteers arrived for a 7 a.m. start time, but that was pushed back two hours so the maintenance crew could clear the golf course for play.

The Unsung Heroes at Riviera Country Club

When the heavy rain and strong winds stopped play at the Genesis Open on Feb. 17 at 12:18 p.m., players, volunteers and
This photograph, taken in January 1997 in Topanga State Park, shows the Big-pod Ceanothus (Ceanothus megacarpus) in full bloom, which has been a rare sight during the drought. Photographer James Kenney predicts that with this winter’s rainfall, which is well above normal (See rain report, p. 3), residents will once again see the mountains covered in white bloom. Photo: James Kenney

Photo: Pacific Palisades Rain Will Yield a Dividend

Pacific Palisades February 2017 Rain Report

Rainfall in Pacific Palisades on Feb. 6-7 totaled 1.87 inches, and the storm on Feb. 10-11 added .50 inches. According t

Palisades Rain Report January 2017

When the rain finally stopped on Jan. 6, rainmeister Carol Leacock and her deputy, Ted Mackie, reported that 1.03 inches