This is an image of the 48 hour rainfall totals across Puerto Rico and the surrounding coastal waters associated with the passage of subtropical storm Olga. The color scheme in the upper left hand corner represents total rainfall, in inches, that was estimated to fall spatially across the area. The scale goes from 0.00” (black) to 15.00”+ (white). Radar estimates indicated the highest rainfall totals fell across the local Atlantic waters as well as across interior sections of Puerto Rico, with the coastal waters between the U.S. Virgin islands receiving the lowest rainfall accumulations.
An enlarged version of this image is available here.