Storm System Brings Gloomy Weather, Rain to SoCal

A storm system that developed in the central Pacific Ocean brought rain to Los Angeles and surrounding areas. Rain began Tuesday afternoon and will continue into Thursday morning in some areas. Up to 1.5' were recorded in the area, becoming the first measurable rain in Los Angeles since May 21st, earlier this year. The cloudy skies and rain allowed for LA residents to take unique photos. Scroll down for images from around the region. Send your weather photos to isee@nbcla.com or use the hashtag nbcla on Instagram.

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Jonathan A Loeser
Manhattan Beach pier is pictured Oct. 4, 2018.
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sean helderman
Clouds over Lake Elsinore.
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Getty/Stephen Yang
@nickybogs shows us a cloudy sunset at White Point Beach as a SoCal storm moved in Oct. 2, 2018
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NBCWashington
The beauty of the Inland Empire skies Photo of the beautiful sky in Highland , CA
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Getty Images
Death Valley Sunlight peeking through clouds on West side of Death Valley National Park
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Dave Lawson
waves of black clouds over the hills in Rancho Santa Margarita Black clouds seem to wave across white clouds above Rancho Santa Margarita in South Orange County.
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Bob Redell/NBC Bay Area
Dumbo and Mickey mouse in the clouds Hesperia calif Dumbo and Mickey on a cloudy day
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ABC via Getty Images
mostly cloudy this is the current weather in west hills california right now
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Instagram user @eddiervt
The rain is coming.
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Instagram user @peace_n_equality
Instagram user @peace_n_equality shares a cloudy picture taken at Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier during sunset as a SoCal Storm moved in Oct. 2, 2018.
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Jim Warner
A car travels on a flooded road Thursday Oct. 4, 2018 in Corona.
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