It’s looking like the storm that lasted for six days straight has finally passed!
According to the National Weather Service, the rainstorm is transitioning into scattered showers throughout the evening meaning Angelenos can finally expect (somewhat) sunny skies again tomorrow!
Though the past six days of rain caused flooding, traffic delays, mudslides, and toppled trees, it has also helped L.A. reach well above its rainfall goals for the year. Yesterday alone, we received almost 85 percent of the rain that we receive in a normal water year! And lots of rain means lots of snowfall in the mountains – be sure to scope the mountains for frosty tips while you’re stuck in traffic for the next couple of weeks.
But we’re not in the clear just yet; there is another chance of precipitation Friday and Saturday night.
Rain and snow for SW CA expected through late Tue night, with snow levels dropping to 2000-2500 feet! Here are expected storm totals for rain & snow. #CAwx #LArain #LAsnow pic.twitter.com/u6XIZq1CC2
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) February 5, 2019