Los Angeles braces for more rain after record February precipitation

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A winter storm heading toward Southern California will add to the region's already historic February rainfall.
A winter storm heading toward Southern California will add to the region's already historic February rainfall.

A winter storm heading toward Southern California will add to the region’s already historic February rainfall.

Rainy February Continues for Los Angeles

After earlier rainfall records, Los Angeles is set to experience another storm late this weekend and into early next week, maintaining the trend of precipitation in what is typically the city’s wettest month.

Record-Breaking Rainfall

February has already seen remarkable rainfall in Los Angeles, surpassing the average monthly total of 3.64 inches. Significant rainfalls were recorded on Feb. 4 (4.10 inches), Feb. 5 (2.93 inches), and Feb. 6 (1.48 inches), contributing to a total rainfall for the month so far of 10.57 inches.

Anticipated Rainfall

According to NBCLA forecaster Belen De Leon, more rain is expected in the coming days. Southern California will witness intermittent rainfall starting Sunday and extending through Wednesday, with brief breaks in between showers. 

While there’s a chance of rain late Saturday and early Sunday, the likelihood increases late Sunday into Monday. The heaviest rainfall is anticipated on Monday and Tuesday.

Continued Wet Weather

With ongoing rainfall predicted, Los Angeles residents can expect to experience wet conditions throughout the week. 

This persistent precipitation highlights the unusually rainy February experienced in the region, underscoring the importance of preparedness and caution during inclement weather.

Gary Monroe

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