SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The National Weather Service Weather Prediction Center (NWSWPC) tweeted out Wednesday that two Bay Area cities have seen more than half a year's worth of rain in the last 16 days.
The NWSWPC says since Dec. 26, Oakland has received 69% of its annual rainfall while San Francisco has seen 59%.
In the last 16 days, officials say California averaged 8.61 inches of precipitation and the San Francisco-Oakland metropolitan statistical area averaged 13.34 inches.
Central California has also seen over half of their annual noral precipitation in the past 16 days with the series of atmospheric rivers since Dec. 26.
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