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Heat wave replaced with downpour

On Wednesday storm clouds blanketed La Verne, bringing rain and cold weather to Southern California. Within one week Southern California went from daytime highs exceeding 100 degrees to temperatures in the low-to-mid 60s. The Athletic Pavilion, built in 1973 costing about $2.5 million. Its life expectancy is estimated at 30 years to 50 years. Some severe weather in recent years has caused the pavilion’s tent roof to require some patching./photo by Garrett Gutierrez

Sara Gonzalez faces heavy downpours as she walks from Miller Hall to her art class in the Arts and Communications Building. The change of the seasons was felt Wednesday as the University was greeted with rain. In a dramatic difference from last week’s heat wave, normally crowded walkways were empty as students and faculty took shelter from the storm./photo by Christopher Guzman

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