It's a dark and gloomy Friday here in Southern California. And in Los Angeles, specifically, that means there will likely be more accidents on the road, a longer commute and residents are bundled up like snow is about to fall. However, since it doesn't rain much, the clouds and droplets are much-needed in our area.
If you're wondering just how much rain has fallen, the National Weather Service is offering an interactive map for you to browse on this rainy Friday the 13th.
As of 11 a.m., Marina del Rey had seen about .04 inches of rain, West Hollywood measured .06 inches and in the mountains off of Pacific Coast Highway near La Tuna Canyon Park measured .07 inches.
- For the interactive map from the National Weather Service, click here.