The second round of this week's expected storms here in southern California has now passed through Los Angeles.

Luckily the worst of the coastal damage is south of Marina del Rey in the Long Beach and Orange County areas. News reports indicate 72 MPH wind gusts, tornados, boats lifted 30-50 feet in to the air, cars overturned, flooding and rivers of mud.

For a few lucky minutes a beautiful rainbow emerged over Los Angeles (see photos and video below).

This city is now bracing for the third, and final storm, which is expected overnight -- and is being reported to be the worst of the three.  Serious weather is forecast for tomorrow and Thursday.

With luck it will pass through with as little damage as possible and no serious injuries.

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