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.
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