If gray skies mean personality, than Glendale's in for a few days
of Jim Carrey. According to the National Weather Service, Glendale's
skies will remain overcast today and Wednesday, with rain likely both
The rain hit hard over the weekend with a record-setting splash on
Sunday. In Burbank, where the National Weather Service records rain
levels, .68 inches fell on Sunday, more than three times the previous
record of .19, set in 1963.
The storm brought the first rainfall in Southern California since
April, which created problems for drivers but eased concerns about
fires in the area.
Capt. Carlos Guerrero of the Glendale Fire Department said there
were several traffic collisions in Glendale caused by the weather,
but none serious.
"What it's done is provide a little moisture in the air, taking
some of the dryness out of the brush," Guerrero said. "The threat of
brush fires goes down significantly."
Officials at Bob Hope Airport said there were no weather-related
The National Weather Service expects high temperatures to stay in
the upper 50s and low 60s through Thursday, with temperatures hitting
the 70s on Friday.