Today’s forecast was partly cloudy, 0% chance of rain, as it normally is between mid-March and late October in Southern California.
I thought it was weird enough when I looked out the window around noon, and there was a freak rainstorm downtown with raindrops so large that I thought it was hailing.
But out in the Inland Empire (L.A.’s multitudinous eastern suburbs), it got a little hairier:
That’s a fairly unusual sight for SoCal, and it seems a slightly ominous portent. I’m just hoping I don’t look out tomorrow and see locusts.