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Showers, Colder Temperatures on the Way

Light snow showers in the higher mountains of the Inland Empire are possible

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    Rain and cooler temperatures are expected across the Southland Monday during the 27th annual Kingdom Day Parade in South Los Angeles.

    A weak trough of low pressure brought showers late Sunday, along with higher humidity and much cooler conditions, according to the National Weather Service. High temperatures are expected to remain in the lower to mid-60s.

    "It's not a big storm but it's good enough to bring us back into winter," said NBCLA forecaster Carl Bell. "When this is all said and done, we could see a quarter inch of rain."

    Light snow showers in the higher mountains of the Inland Empire were possible, along with breezes in the mountains and deserts.

    The chance of rain drops to 20 percent during the morning on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. By afternoon, the sun should return and temperatures will be in the high 50s to lower 60s.

    Mostly clear conditions were likely for the rest of the week, with a slight chance of rain forecast Friday night into Saturday. 

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