Listen: Los Angeles, Jennifer Yorker, Kirk Kaplan discussed on Murph and Mac
"At six forty five. I'm Jennifer yorker, more traffic reports more often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio morning and partly cloudy afternoon. That's the forecast as we have a right now temps are going to be in the seventies pretty much throughout the entire area later on today in Chatsworth right now, it's fifty eight degrees at Santa Monica. It's sixty four and downtown Los Angeles has sixty six and our five day forecast is coming up in less than ten minutes. Six thirty seven we had a little bit of rain. Now, we're back to the dry weather, and it's been another dry year in Los Angeles. Let's find out how dry KNX ten seventy s Craig thickener. Remember the last time we had a, you know, a really heavy rainstorm here in LA this past rain fall year as been ten point two one inches below normal. So it has been incredibly dry and meteorologists they keep tabs on all this. They say this previous rainfall year has been one for the record books in LA. Yeah. Well, this was our third riots. Water your which would be from August first through September thirtieth downtown Los Angeles since records began in eighteen seventy seven that is meteorologist Kirk Kaplan with the national weather service. He says the past six of the seven years have been dry that there's a trend. There's been a couple where we would be above, but pretty much we've seen this trend of drier seasons, and you know, it's been getting warmer to and of course, the rain, I think we're supposed to have some yesterday didn't really get a whole lot there. So we're in a new weather."