Intense thunderstorms and the season’s first real rain passed across much of the area on Friday night, part of band of thunderstorms expected to bring rain to the area overnight and through Saturday morning.
byCity News ServiceinNews
A storm that originated in the central Pacific headed toward the Long Beach area today and will bring average to moderate rainfall, likely from tonight until early Friday, according to National Weather Service meteorologists.
The National Weather Service's Eric Boldt said there’s an 80 percent chance of rain late Wednesday. Going down to a 40 percent chance on Thanksgiving morning, “and after that it goes away.”
Intense thunderstorms and the season's first real rain passed across much of the area on Friday night, part of band of thunderstorms expected to bring rain to the area overnight and through Saturday morning.
According to the National Weather Service, a ridge of high pressure is expanding toward the west—which means that the entire Southland region will be seeing an upward surge in temperature.
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