A break in the rain will be short lived. There are two more spring storms heading our way.
The impending storm is expected to arrive late Thursday night bringing rain, gusty winds and cold temperatures.
“Last night’s storm saw totals range from a tenth of an inch up to about a half inch. Tonight's should be about the same,” said forecaster Whitney Southwick.
It will be a cold storm with temperatures in the low 60s for highs and 40's for lows.
“That remains unchanged through the weekend,” said forecaster Whitney Southwick.
The next storm is expected to zip over Southern California Saturday night.
“It is expected to be less potent and probably no snow for the county mountains but maybe a couple more inches up at Big Bear and Wrightwood,” said Southwick.
A little heat wave is expected to dry things out next week and warm us all up a bit.