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Manna from Heaven


A beautiful rain fell Friday night and continued to spurt and sprinkle through Saturday. Around the county, rainfall gauges measured from a high of 1.61 inches at Twitchell Reservoir over the past 48 hours, to about 0.63 inches at SBCC and the Cuyama Fire Station. Santa Barbara saw 0.85 inches at the County Building, Montecito registered 0.68 inches, the Carpinteria Fire Station 0.75 inches, Lompoc City Hall 1.07 inches, and Santa Maria Public Works 1.43. At other reservoirs, Gibraltar clocked 1.12 inches, Jameson 0.91 inches, and Cachuma 0.82.

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