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Rain, Rain...Come Again? Yep.

Monday night's rainy sunset seen in Glassell Park (Photo by via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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Today brings us another day of respite from the rains, but we can expect more wet weather starting tomorrow and lasting through at least Saturday. The forecast for the Los Angeles County area indicates "rain likely" Thursday night through Saturday night, with a chance of rain on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.

In the meantime, while we have our typical sunny skies, we also have cold temps that many are finding to be particularly frigid. A frost warning was issued last night, indicating that some parts of Southern California could awake to find a largely unfamiliar frozen sheen on outdoor greenery. With Los Angeles' temps hovering above the freezing mark, however, it simply means bundling up and facing the day, however for crop-producing regions to the north it means taking extra precautions to shield the fields and plants from deadly damage.

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