LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A big storm which brought heavy rain to the Los Angeles area Monday didn’t dampen a popular holiday tradition.
The Grove in the Fairfax District welcomed its 100-foot-tall Christmas tree Monday morning.
The white fir was brought all the way down from Mount Shasta in Northern California and positioned with the help of a crane.
It will eventually be adorned with 10,000 ornaments and 15,000 lights, according to The Grove.
The Grove will likely hold a tree lighting ceremony in November, along with several holiday festivities leading up to Christmas.