The rainfall totals across northern California were very impressive, but 4-day totals dropped off rapidly into central California. Many locales in the north more than doubled their season to-date totals, jumping from percent of normal (PON) values in the teens to PON's in the 30% to 40% range. See http://ggweather.com/feb2014rain.htm
But the important takeaway is that while this is a great start, the north half of the state would still need on the order of 4 more equivalent storm systems to get close normal.
The very important Northern Sierra 8-Station Index also jumped significantly; doubling with over 5 inches to 9.58" to-date. This is approximately 35% of normal, up from 18% on Wednesday. See http://cdec.water.ca.gov/cgi-progs/queryDaily?s=8si&d=today
There have been some rain totals of over 20 inches being reported for Mt. Tamalpias. However In light of surrounding locations this seems to be a bogus. Kentfield's big-time 96-hour total of 11.83" would appear to be more representative. See https://marin.onerain.com/sensor.php?site_id=1555&device_id=1&view_id=3