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Today's First Alert Forecast

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    Expect cooler temperatures and sun. Crystal Egger has the First Alert Forecast for Monday Jan. 18, 2017. (Published 2 hours ago)

    After a dry weekend, the trend continues for a couple more days. Then, it's right back to stormy weather Thursday through Sunday.

    Martin Luther King, Jr. Day starts out with clouds, then clears to sunshine. Temps remain a few degrees cooler than average with breezy offshore winds.

    If you are headed to the MLK Kingdom Day Parade in the Crenshaw District make sure you dress warm. Temps will start out in the 50s this morning.

    We remain dry through Wednesday before a series of storms bring rain and mountain snow back to Califronia. The first storm moves in late Wednesday night into Thursday. We are expecting periods of rain and accumulating mountain snow, with snow levels dropping to 5,000 feet. A strong storm will arrive on Friday, with moderate to heavy rain and heavy mountains snow. Looks like we'll head into the weekend with 1 to 2 feet of additional snowfall! Yet another storm arrives Sunday into Monday.

    The NBC4 Live Doppler Network are already in full operation. StormRanger4 is currently positioned just south of the Bay Area to keep an eye on the deluge that's occurring there. All of our resources combine to give you the fastest and most accurate weather information anywhere in Southern California. If you can't be near a TV, use the NBC LA app.

    Monday's Forecast:

    Coast: Low to mid 60s, partly cloudy & breezy.

    Basin: Mid to Upper 60s, partly cloudy.

    Inland: Mid to Upper 60s, partly cloudy.

    Mountains: Upper 30s to low 40s, partly to mostly cloudy

    Desert: Mid 50s, mostly sunny.

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