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Look, L.A. No Rain! Sunny Skies Should Last Until Saturday

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First there was the rain (and all that came with it), and then there were rainbows, and after a calm night, today there is sunshine in Los Angeles. The sunny weather is expected to last through Saturday afternoon, with clear or mostly clear skies in the forecast, calm winds, and highs in the mid-60s for the Los Angeles area.

Another rain system is predicted for Saturday night, with a 60% chance of rain, followed by a 30% chance of showers and partly sunny skies on Sunday.

These NASA weather satellite images were captured this morning, and show skies free of that nasty "Pineapple Express" that dumped record-setting rains and wrecked havoc in Southern California.