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Photo Essay: Yes, It Rains in LA. We Also Have Rainbows. And Snow.
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From the 20th floor of the Sunset Media Tower aka 'The House of Blues Building,' 6255 W. Sunset Blvd. by Michael J. Lambie.
Daily rain records set yesterday near LA:
* Santa Maria: 2.10" (old record 0.65" in 1994)
* Long Beach: 1.42" (old record 0.94" in 1995)
* Paso Robles: 1.00" (old record 0.79" in 1994)
* Lancaster: 0.27" (old record 0.25" in 1995)
Snapped yesterday at 3:44 p.m., downtown, by J.R. McHale.
More rain and snow photos from the road and your office window after the jump.
24-hour rainfall totals (in inches, via LADPW):
* USC: 0.96
* Hollywood Res: 1.16
* Sepulveda Cyn: 1.28
* Flintridge: 1.52
* Pacoima Dam: 1.40
* La Habra Heights: 0.72
Flash Flood Watch through Friday afternoon in burn areas.
From the Hollywood office of Sam Proof.
Snapped yesterday by cherbonsy, via mobile near the Grapevine.
Winter Storm Warning: A total of 1-2 feet are expected to fall by 10PM Friday night at elevations above 4,000 ft.
The moon, this morning, after the rains cleared in Burbank, by Matt.
Taken this morning from Sepulveda Center by yunny.
Taken this morning by theoakmonster.
AP video from the Grapevine
CBS2 Report on the Ski Resorts