Doppler estimated rainfall totals for the storm from Wednesday and Wednesday night. (NOAA)

Amounts in the metro region were fairly uniform although slightly higher on the west side of the beltway and a bit lower on the east side.

Here are some more totals from the District, Virginia and Maryland courtesy Cocorahs and CWG readers:

District

NW DC: 1.64” (this report seems high)

Virginia

Alexandria: 0.97” (Geoff Chester, Capital Weather Watcher)
Alexandria (west): 1.1” (esch)
Falls Church (west): 1.35” (brockman713)
Fredericksburg: 1.24”
Gainesville: 1.03”
Herndon: 0.93”
Vienna: 1.16” and 1.18”
McLean: 1.31” and 1.51”
Leesburg: 1.05”
Lorton: 1.44”
Remington: 1.03”
Round Hill: 1.08”
Sterling: 0.95”
Warrenton: 1.14” and 1.17”
Woodbridge: 1.66”


Satellite image of rainstorm that brought heavy rain to the mid-Atlantic, from Wednesday. (NOAA)

Chesapeake Beach: 0.9”
Colesville: 1.15”
Columbia: 0.94” and 0.86”
Ellicott City: 0.68”
Frederick: 0.9”
Kensington: 2” (Joel Gallun, via Facebook)
La Plata: 0.76”
Laurel: 1.14”
North Laurel: 1.25”
Olney: 1.35”
Pasadena: 1.05” and 0.94”
Poolesville: 1.09” (Jack Toomey, Capital Weather Watcher)
Takoma Park: 1.12”
Thurmont: 1.28”
Waldorf: 0.71”

On average, about 1” of rain (or melted precipitation) has fallen in the region as of this date in January - so 2012 is running very close to normal thus far...