SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -

The first storm has exited leaving behind measurable much needed rainfall up and down the coast.

Rain totals ranged from under half an inch in places like Morro Bay, Santa Maria, and Santa Ynez.

Other cities such as Goleta, Santa Barbara, and Ventura saw well over an inch.

But those weren't some of the most drenched spots.

The passes and mountains got hit hard bringing in more than two inches in some locations.

UPDATED: 2/27/14 - 9:07am

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY
-Santa Barbara - 1.72"
-Santa Maria - 0.27"
-Goleta - 1.56"
-Gaviota - 1.61"
-Lompoc - 0.63"
-Carpinteria - 1.31"
-Buellton - 0.33"
-Santa Ynez - 0.35"
-Solvang - 0.51"
-San Marcos Pass - 2.48"

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY
-San Luis Obipso - 1.01"
-Oceano - 0.19"
-Atascadero -0.71"
-Morro Bay - 0.37"
-Pismo Beach - 0.26"
-Paso Robles - 0.62"
-Rocky Butte - 2.28"

VENTURA COUNTY
-Ventura - 1.47"
-Oxnard - 1.24"
-Camarillo - 0.71"
-Ojai - 1.36"
-Thousand Oaks - 0.54"
-Matilija Dam - 2.19"
-Nordhoff Ridge - 2.36"

Rain Totals From the First Round of Storms