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Total Seasonal Rainfall (Precipitation)

Whittier, California
(Whittier Hills)
2016-2021

Rain

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See also:
Monthly Rainfall by Season - Whittier (Whittier Hills)

Total Rainfall by Season - Downtown Los Angeles
Total Rainfall by Season - Los Angeles International Airport
Total Rainfall by Season - Burbank
Total Rainfall by Season - Lancaster
Total Rainfall by Season - Long Beach
Total Rainfall by Season - Palmdale
Total Rainfall by Season - Pasadena
Total Rainfall by Season - Sandberg
Total Rainfall by Season - Santa Catalina Island
Total Rainfall by Season - Santa Clarita
Total Rainfall by Season - Santa Monica
Total Rainfall by Season - Van Nuys, Los Angeles
Total Rainfall by Season - Westwood, Los Angeles
Total Rainfall by Season - Woodland Hills, Los Angeles

NOTE: When most weather reporting sources cite weather in Los Angeles (without specifying where, exactly, in Los Angeles), these numbers are typically for the Downtown Los Angeles weather station (actually located on the USC campus).

Average for recorded seasons through 2021: 12.07 inches*

Season (July 1-June 30) Total Inches of Rainfall Inches Above/Below (+/-)
Overall Season Average
2021-2022 See month-by-month numbers as season unfolds
2020-2021 (1) 5.82 -6.25
2019-2020 14.95 (2) +2.88
2018-2019 20.79 (1) +8.72
2017-2018 5.24 (2) -6.83
2016-2017 19.96 +7.89
2015-2016 5.65 (3) -6.42

* Average as calculated over all years of available rainfall data. Although there is no official normal yet calculated for this station, due to data available for only a small number of seasons, for our purposes, we calculate an unofficial normal of 11.95 inches, based upon data for 2015 through 2020.
(1) Because data were missing for 3 months of this season, final seasonal number cannot reflect an accurate total.
(2) Because data were missing for 2 months of this season, final seasonal number cannot reflect an accurate total.
(3) Because data were missing for the first 6 months of this season, final seasonal number cannot reflect an accurate total.

Source: National Weather Service Forecast Office, Los Angeles/Oxnard and Western Regional Climate Center.