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Cold, Rain, Snow Might Sweep Into LA

Expect a drop in temperatures, rain and snow Thursday and Friday

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    Cold, rain, snow on their way. Here's a look at today's weather forecast. (Published Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011)

    Expect a drop in temperatures Thursday followed by rain and snow as a winter-like weather system moves into Southern California.

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    Thursday's highs will be about 10 degrees lower than Wednesday's in some areas. Another drop is expected Friday -- by as much as 16 degrees in the San Fernando Valley.

    A "cold winter-like Pacific weather system" will move into the region Thursday night, according to the National Weather Service. The system might bring a quarter and one third of an inch of rain late Thursday or early Friday morning, which could mean problems for the Friday morning drive.

    Snow might fall at the 4,000-foot level.

    A wind advisory was in effect for the 5 Freeway north of Los Angeles.

    The precipition is expected to continue into Friday evening, then taper off for the weekend. Some showers are possible in mountain areas early Saturday morning.

    Thursday's Highs:

    • Mount Wilson: 66 Thursday, 49 Friday
    • Avalon: 67 Thursday,  58 Friday
    • Newport Beach: 68 Thursday, 60 Friday
    • LAX: 71 Thursday, 63  Friday
    • Lancaster: 72 Thursday, 56 Friday
    • Burbank: 72 Thursday, 62 Friday
    • Palmdale: 72 Thursday, 55 Friday
    • Long Beach: 73 Thursday, 65 Friday
    • San Gabriel: 73 Thursday, 64 Friday
    • Downtown LA: 74 Thursday, 64 Friday
    • Pasadena: 74 Thursday, 63 Friday
    • Anaheim: 75 Thursday, 63 Friday
    • Newhall: 75 Thursday, 57  Friday
    • Woodland Hills: 77 Thursday, 61 Friday

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