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Light rain will continue through the morning. Bright side: we need rain. LA is headed into 2009 facing the most severe drought conditions in 15 years, according to the Metropolitan Water District:

Expecting another dry winter, state water officials warned Thursday they can deliver just 15 percent of what local water agencies have requested for 2009, raising the possibility of water rationing in the Los Angeles area. "Hope for the best and prepare for the worst," state Department of Water Resources Director Lester Snow advised agencies across the state, adding that deliveries could increase if water supplies improve.

Live radar below:
Photo by Oracio Alvarado via flickr.