The first of two new storms out of the Pacific Northwest will produce light rainfall in Southern California today, forecasters said.
“We’ll get between a quarter of an inch and a half-inch if we’re lucky,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Dave Bruno, noting that the lion’s share of the rain likely to result from today’s weather system will douse Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties.
In L.A County, a “few sprinkles” are possible this morning, followed by rain starting around 2 p.m., then the storm’s exit from the region around midnight, he said.
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Source: OC Register