(phone ringing) (typing) (drizzling on roof) (ominous music) – [Newscaster] Sunny,
with highs at about 76, you can take a look at the… Excuse me… Are you sure? This just in, we might have rain. (gasps) Are you sure? Julia, I can’t be wrong. Los Angeles will be experiencing
a quarter inch of rain. (gasps) – That’s so much. – It’s happening. – So whip out your umbrellas, folks. This could be a rain of terror. (suspenseful music) – We gotta go, we gotta go, we gotta go! – The dispensaries are going to close! – Guys, I’ve seen this before, just stay inside and we’ll be okay. – I don’t know how to use this thing! – Make it open. – Is there an on button? – Open it! – It’s okay, Mr. Woofington, it’s okay. – Drive much slower,
and sometimes pull over if it gets too scary. (screams) (gagging) (crying) (heavy breathing) – Guys, wait… the sun is coming out! (playful music) (laughter) – Wow, that was a crazy 11 seconds. (phones ringing) (shaking) – Did you just feel that? – I think we just had an earthquake. – Oh. (laughter) – Does this mean the drought is over?