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Flood in your neighborhood? 24-hour rain totals

Updated September 2, 2023 - 2:09 pm

The Las Vegas Valley was drenched Friday in one of the wettest days in recent years.

“It’s a wet one, but I can’t say it is the wettest ever,” National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Planz said.

Plenty of lightning and hail accompanied the nearly day-long storm flow. Runoff made travel difficult, especially in the southwest valley.

Selected Clark County Regional Flood Control District gauges showed the following 24-hour rain totals from 6 a.m. Friday until 6 a.m. Saturday:

Location, total rainfall for 24 hours

Grapevine Springs (halfway from Route 157 to Mount Charleston — 3.35 inches

Russell Road realignment and Hualapai — 2.64 inches

Haulapai at Maule — 2.52 inches

Red Rock Canyon — 2.48 inches

South Hualapai and West Russell Road — 2.44 inches

Harris Springs 2 — 2.32 inches

Smoke Ranch & Buffalo — 2.28 inches

The Lakes — 2.20 inches

Far Hills at LVVWD basin — 2.17 inches

Red Rock drainage basin near Downtown Summerlin — 2.17 inches

Blue Diamond Ridge South — 2.09 inches

Gowan drainage and Tenaya Way — 2.09 inches

Las Vegas Wash at Las Vegas Blvd. — 2.05 inches

Rainbow Canyon — 2.01 inches

Beltway channel at S. Buffalo — 2.01 inches

Beltway channel at Peace Way — 2.01 inches

Gown Road North near Alexander — 1.93 inches

Angel Park Golf Club — 1.89 inches

Brownstone Canyon — 1.89 inches

Rainbow at Desert Inn — 1.81 inches

Near South Point Casino — 1.69 inches

Hacienda & Durango — 1.69 inches

Downtown Las Vegas — 1.61 inches

Flamingo at Nellis — 1.54 inches

Charleston and I-15 — 1.50 inches

Las Vegas wash at Craig Road — 1.46 inches

Desert Inn Arterial — 1.26 inches

Flamingo at Spencer — 1.26 inches

Contact Marvin Clemons at mclemons@reviewjournal.com. Follow @Marv_in_Vegas on X.

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