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Another storm rains on the Southland

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Some scattered showers in the Southland tonight. In Burbank, sprinkles began around 10 p.m. In a matter of minutes, those sprinkles had turned into a steady rain. Forecasters are predicting this storm will be a lightweight and will blow out of here by mid-morning. However, more rain is headed our way in a day or so. 

Hopefully, Los Angeles County Officials and residents in the burn areas of the local foothills are prepared for tonight’s rain and whatever storm rolls in over the weekend.

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4 Responses to Another storm rains on the Southland

  1. Ryan Thursday, March 4, 2010 at 1:28 pm #

    It’s really funny the more they talk about their water shortage the more it rains. What’s next they try to tell us water doesn’t come from rain ?

  2. Fronnie Friday, March 5, 2010 at 12:12 am #


    I hear what you’re saying. I get the feeling that if it rained 40 days and 40 nights –and the entire city of Burbank was under water — some folks would still be spewing the same “water shortage” and “sustainability” stuff. Conservation doesn’t have to be ALL about the future — it should also reflect our present day situation.

    The Burbank Department of Water and Power should not be allowed (with city council approval) to spend millions on all sorts of future projects and not provide any relief from jacked-up rates to residents. It’s a shame.

  3. bsf Friday, March 5, 2010 at 6:30 pm #

    Here is one of the highlights from the city discussion about making you buy a new toilet. See 22 grand poobahs know what you need and are convinced they know whats best for you. Representative government at it’s worst in Burbank.

  4. Edgar Monday, March 8, 2010 at 8:09 pm #

    I watched the video and that guy makes no sense at all with his 22 people talk. It’s scary to think that guy is running anything at all. I don’t believe there is any water shortage they just want to charge more for water and need some excuse to do it so people won’t scream about it.

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