While many people welcome the rain this time of year, it can be devastating to the raisin crops.
Growers are hoping the rain that hit parts of the Valley on Wednesday is over, because their crops are still drying on paper trays on the ground.
Grower Jim Berekoff of Kerman said, "We don't need rain of any kind. Light sprinkles won't hurt us."
This time of year is critical. Rain can cause mold to grow on open trays, which means extra money to condition crops.
When growers have enough notice, they can roll up their trays ahead of the rain, but that's not always possible if workers aren't immediately available.