Posted on | May 16, 2011 | No Comments
The National Weather Service is forecasting a series of late season rains for Southern California, with precipitation beginning late tonight and persisting through Wednesday. As much as an inch and a half of rain may fall in some foothill communities, with half an inch to an inch in the basin. For a special weather advisory, click here, to find your forecast, click here. This system should bring downtown LA rainfall above 20 inches for the 2010-11 wet season, with some foothill communities such as La Canada Flintridge already above 30 inches. To check LA County rain gauges, click here.