40% Chance Of Rain On ‘Oscar’ Sunday

Posted by: : Paul EbelingPosted on: February 21, 2015 40% Chance Of Rain On 'Oscar' Sunday
 

40% Chance Of Rain On ‘Oscar’ Sunday

Los Angeles (Hollywood) will likely encounter drizzle Sunday when the Oscar Award ceremony takes place in town, US National Weather Service, or the NWS, predicted Friday.

According to NWS meteorologist Ryan Kittell, there’s a 40% chance of rainfall in Hollywood Sunday evening, although it may just be a steady, mist-like drizzle.

“I would definitely plan for something to be falling from the sky,” Mr. Kittell said. “I do not think we’re going to have a downpour. It looks like it’s going to be cool and moist.”

A portion of the 500-ft-long red carpet leading into the Dolby Theatre is already tented, but Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences officials said more covering will be installed over the weekend to offer protection from the rain should it come.

There’s only a 10% chance of rain Saturday, Mr. Kittell said.

The odds of precipitation increase dramatically Sunday evening into Monday. And heavier rain is possible in valley and foothill areas. According to the forecast, the wet weather is expected to move out of the area by Tuesday.

Stay tuned…

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