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Storm Expected to Hang Around 'til Friday

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There's a 20% chance we get rain today and tomorrow as this system hangs around for a couple more days. "It's kind of unusual to get stuff coming in from the Pacific Ocean as far as rain goes this late in the year," said Stuart Seto, a weather specialist for the National Weather Service, told the Pasadena Star News. That said, most areas received just one-tenth of an inch, but enjoyed a the novelty of a little thunder.