LOS ANGELES — A low-pressure system will travel south today and unleash some rain in Southern California, forecasters said.
But the rain in L.A. and Orange counties will be a “hit-or-miss affair,” said NWS meteorologist Rich Thompson. Where rain does materialize, less than a 10th of an inch is expected, although that will go up to a half-inch wherever thunderstorms show up.
“It’s a little system but every little bit helps,” said NWS meteorologist Rich Thompson, adding that such a system in Southern California at this time of the year is “nothing out of the ordinary.”
Temperatures, meanwhile, will run below average. Downtown [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register