RAIN TOTALS: How much has fallen in the Valley?

Rain falling around the Valley Saturday has led to some incredible totals — some over two inches!The National Weather Service Phoenix said Saturday that with this precipitation, October 2018 is officially the wettest October on record in Phoenix with over five inches of rain. So far Phoenix Sky Harbor has picked up 2.17″ of rain.CHECK LIVE RADAR HEREROAD CLOSURES, CANCELED EVENTS DUE TO WEATHERHere are the current rainfall totals from the Flood Control District of Maricopa County over the last 24 hours (last updated 3 p.m. Saturday): 75th Ave/Buckeye Rd: 3.03″Ahwatukee: 1.67”Apache Junction: 1.50”Buckeye: 1.22″Casa Grande: 0.67″Cave Creek: 0.98″Chandler Airport: 1.02”Chandler: 0.75″Deer Valley: 0.87″Downtown Phoenix: 2.13″El Mirage: 0.75″Fountain Hills: 0.87″Gilbert: 0.75″Gila River @ Maricopa Road: 2.20″Glendale: 1.77″Gold Canyon: 0.59″Goodyear: 1.50″Guadalupe: 2.17″Laveen: 2.05″Litchfield Park: 0.98″Mesa: 1.30”New River: 0.67″North Scottsdale: 1.02″Paradise Valley: 0.87”Peoria: 0.71″Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport: 0.91”Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport: 2.02Queen Creek: 0.55”Scottsdale (Indian School and Hayden roads): 1.06″Scottsdale (Big Surf) 1.50″South Mountain Park: 3.31″Surprise: 0.55″Sun City West: 0.71″Tempe: 1.93” Wittmann: 2.17″White Tanks Regional Park: 1.73″