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Light rain falls in Southern California, irks drivers

A light rain began falling across Southern California on Wednesday morning, bringing with it the usual complaints of bad driving.

National Weather Service meteorologist Curt Kaplan said local residents should expect a 20% chance of rain for much of the region, along with a stray thunderstorm or two.

"We'll get a few sprinkles," he said.

Many people began snapping pictures of raindrops and joking about the drizzle.

"Couple drops of rain and people freak out, gotta love LA," tweeted Juan.

 

Yes, it's raining in L.A.

Stop the presses. It's raining -- or at least sprinkling -- in Los Angeles.The National Weather Service said a storm off the southern tip of Baja California would bring a 20% chance of rain to much of the region, along with a stray thunderstorm or two.

Storified by Kimi Yoshino · Wed, Sep 05 2012 08:45:44

Only LA weather .. it's raining! What? http://pic.twitter.com/n2YmnGNJLovethemost19
Goodbye #summer :/ #rain #summerisover #goodbyesummer #la #socal #westla #santamonica #palisades #pacificpal http://instagr.am/p/PMusg1pVDE/ישךאל
rain in LA? http://instagr.am/p/PMtpuhnDFZ/Leah Ornstein
I'm sorry what? Rain in LA?Noelle Seybert
I love LA's weather today! Gloomy with a touch of rain :)MonstrousOmar.
Woo hoo! We got rain, er, drizzle in #LA this morning!Nick Babiarz
What do Angelenos hate worse than traffic jams? Traffic jams caused by a little rain! 
Couple drops of rain and people freak out, gotta love LA.Juan
Why is it that Rain in LA brings out tr Senior Citizen in all DRIVERS!MakeupByHeith
Is it just me or the rain actually makes drivers stupid? LolMariana
Raining on the 5 north by dodger stadium... And yes drivers are braking cause they have never driven in the rain before. #moronsDr¡LL
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