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A Big 'Yay' for Rain

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Although temperatures are expected to be in the 80s and 90s today, the lighting, thunder and rain that traveled through San Diego and Orange County could break the heat for a short period of time today.

"The storms are expected to bring a quarter inch of rainfall or less to some areas into the evening and early nighttime, but will clear up tonight as the likelihood of rain drops to 20%," according to the National Weather Service per the LA Times. "The rest of the week will be mostly sunny with some foggy skies."

Some lucky people felt the rain in Pasadena this morning. Has it rained where you are yet?

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