Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerThe highest total of rainfall recorded in San Francisco was 4.28 inches during the storm that took place on Thursday.

National Weather Service releases rainfall totals after massive Bay Area storm

The numbers are in, folks, and rest assured it rained a lot Thursday.

The great storm of 2014, the stormageddon, the stormpocalypse — whatever you want to call it, it was wet.

Guerneville recorded the most rain in the Bay Area at more than 10 inches, according to 48-hour totals posted by the National Weather Service on Friday afternoon.

In San Francisco, the highest total recorded was 4.28 inches.

San Mateo County had two areas with totals exceeding 8 inches — Boulder Creek and Foster City.

Some parts of Monterey and San Benito counties south of San Jose recorded less than 2 inches, but in the nine-county Bay Area the lowest total was 2.42 inches at Bixler Pumping Plant in Contra Costa County.

A complete list of totals can be found here.

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