The forecast was for 10 to 20% chance of rain. This time of year in LA that usually translates to no meaningful rain. However, this time was different and we got 0.20" in a series of showers over my back yard. Mountain areas had unexpected snow as well.
Given recent history, I feel reasonably confident that the graph below is about all that Nature has to offer us until the start of the next rainy season. As you can see, rain has been plentiful this year, particularly in comparison to previous years' low rainfall. While the state has declared the drought over, I'm not convinced that it is; entirely due to the large previous overdraft of groundwater that doesn't really get counted in the state's assessment of drought.