Long Beach Airport recorded a record amount of rainfall Saturday, with 1.72 inches‚ breaking the previous record of 1.48 inches for Jan. 14 set in 1978, according to the National Weather Service.

The city has received just over 9 inches of rain since Oct. 1, the start the rain year. That is nearly twice the average for this time of year, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Other records were also set throughout the region:

  • Downtown Los Angeles received 1.82 inches, breaking the record of 1.56 set in 1978.
  • Los Angeles International Airport received 1.53 inches, breaking the old record of 1.51 set in 1978.
  • Camarillo Airport received 1.43 inches, breaking the record of 1.03 set in 1990.

Another storm will arrive Sunday night, forecasters say, with rain predicted into Monday morning. The weather is expected to dry out the remainder of the week, but will remain cool.

A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 3 a.m. Tuesday for the Los Angeles County mountains. Forecasters said as much as 3 inches of snow could fall below 7,000 feet, with 5 to 10 inches possible at higher elevations Saturday night. For Sunday night through Monday, snow could accumulate 5 to 10 inches above 5,500 feet, and 3 to 6 inches at higher points.

City News Service contributed to this report.