Up to seven inches of rain are expected to fall in some areas of Southern California on Friday, Feb. 17, with wind and flood advisories all over the area. Yet another storm system is moving into the region, topping off what's been the wettest winter in recent memory across the (previously) drought-stricken area.
I'm little surprised that none of the local parks have gone ahead and closed tomorrow for inclement weather. (The rain hasn't started falling yet, as of this writing. But the forecast is dire.) I expect the announcements of closures, or at least early closes, to start coming in the morning, as the rain keeps people home.
If you hear of a closure, post it here. Or, if you're actually crazy enough to head out to an open park in SoCal tomorrow, tweet us some photos @ThemePark and I'll RT and embed 'em here, too. It should be a wild day.
Good luck, fellow Californians. Stay dry!Tweet
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