People in LA really freak out when it rains. I haven’t seen any real rain here yet, although it’s drizzled once or twice. A few nights ago we got <sarcasm>almost one half-inch</sarcasm> of rain and you would’ve thought it was the Great Flood. There were over 400 auto accidents on one stretch of the 405 during the hour or so that there was wetness in the air. It is pretty grey and ugly out there today. Here’s a really cool radar loop image from the area. ‘Sposeta rain again tonight. Snow in the mountains.

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