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Wet Wednesday Worries For Weasonable Angewenos

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It's not yet time to burn your rubber boots in toxic protest, more rain is headed for your brain. Sometime after midnight, we're gonna chug-a-lug and shout, because scattered showers are forecast tonight through Thursday, reports the National Weather Service. New Year’s, however, in a fit of irony and pun-ism, will likely be, ahem, dry, and chilled.

New rain?! We're still cleaning up the old rain. Highway 330 to Big Bear is a hole, OC's 241 toll road near Santiago Canyon Road is closed because of damage, and flooded San Bernardino County is clearing thousands and thousands of cubic yards of debris from their catch basins, reports the LA Times.