Rain Soaks South Bay

The winter storm brings nearly a half-inch of rain to some South Bay cities.


Saturday's rainstorm apparently hit the South Bay hardest, with nearly a half inch of rainfall measured there, according to unofficial automated rain gauges.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Works sensors reported .46 inches of rain at Manhattan Beach, .43 inches at El Segundo, and .26 on the Palos Verdes Peninsula by 2:30 p.m.

Other significant rain amounts included .31 near Sylmar, and .20 near Marina del Rey, at Malibu Canyon and on Big Rock Mesa in Malibu.

Several stations in the San Gabriel Mountains reported .20 inches of rain or more.

—City News Service.

David Parsons December 08, 2013 at 01:39 AM
Not sure that was news-worthy. Better would be to report on how the rain was caused by global warming. Ooops - Climate Change.


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