Heavy rains moved through Lincoln County between Sunday night and Monday morning until about 7 a.m. and a few scattered showers throughout the day.
Doppler radar showed large bands of rain moving in overnight from the Los Angeles area, over the San Gabriel Mountains, and into Clark and Lincoln Counties, then into Utah.
By 8 a.m. Monday morning, Alamo had recorded a little over three-quarters of an inch. Caliente had .61 and Pioche .62 of an inch.
It was the first significant rainfall in the county since the middle of June in Alamo. Caliente received nearly an inch of rain Aug. 21-22. The most significant rain in Pioche before this week was .38 inch Aug. 1.
The forecast was for clearing weather until about a 30 percent chance of scattered showers for the weekend. Some cloudy weather, but no rain is the expected for Halloween on Monday.