Los Angeles El Nino Arriving by January

Rain.  We rarely see it in Los Angeles.  L.A. averages about 14 inches per year.  There’s been quite a bit of talk recently about the Los Angeles El Nino due to bring potential downpours beginning just prior to January.  We certainly need it, for our reservoirs are depleted and our hills are brown with our years’ long drought. This shouldn’t stop Angelenos and tourists from enjoying our fantastic city.  In fact, Glitterati Tours of Los Angeles actually gets busier during a rainy day, for most guests would rather be in a warm car rather than outdoors at a soaking wet amusement park.  Visitors can also enjoy our many galleries and museums, great restaurants, The Griffith Park Observatory (views probably won’t 

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