The wettest place in Napa County this week has been Atlas Peak, where at 11 a.m. Thursday the National Weather Service said it had recorded 7.08 inches of rain at elevation 1680 since the current storm system arrived Tuesday.
Over the 24 hours beginning at 11 a.m. Wednesday, the NWS recorded the following rainfall totals in Napa County:
Napa-Lincoln Bridge: .67 inches
Atlas Peak: 1.4 inches
Yountville Cross Road: .07 inches
Mount St. Helena, elevation 4140: .28 inches
Napa is the second-rainiest county in the North Bay this week, after Marin County where Woodacre got 8.34 inches of precipitation, according to the NWS.
Around the Bay Area, Scott Creek in the Santa Cruz Mountains bore the brunt of the rainfall, with a torrential 14.45 inches recorded at elevation 2500.
The driest Bay Area county was Monterey, with just 1.61 inches at Anderson Peak, elevation 3368, according to the NWS.
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