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Watching L.A. Reporters Freak Out About The Rain Never Gets Old

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It's our favorite time of the year where L.A. gets some rain and local news reporters freak out (as best they can act) about it on TV. And then we all get a good laugh.

On Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the host aired a segment cutting together some priceless clips of reporters treating the rain like it's the apocalypse, but also emphasizing over and over again how much this rain is needed because of our drought.

Kimmel expressed his Angeleno confusion of the recent rain in his intro: "I don't know what's happening, but here in Los Angeles, those little—I guess you call them 'chunks of water,' fell from the sky onto me."

You've got to feel for the reporters with the rain beat in L.A. though. In one the clips, one had to talk about the rain when it was clearly sunny outside. "Well, it was a rainy day," she reports. "The sun is certainly out right now, but trust me, I was standing outside in the rain for several hours early this morning."

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