LA Dodges Sunday Storm But Rain Still in the Forecast

Rain still coming to LA but it will be light and late

Another round of light rain is expected in Southern California Sunday night.

The first part of the day should be dry. But the cloud cover should increase as the day wears on, and rain is likely by tonight, according to the National Weather Service.

Another tenth to a quarter-inch of the wet stuff is expected, which is about the same amount that came down Friday night.

A slight chance of rain will continue through the week, according to the NWS.

Highs today are expected to be around 60 degrees.

With more than 13 inches of rain so far this rainy season, Los Angeles is closing in on its annual norm, about 15 inches. The last time downtown Los Angeles exceeded the yearly average was in 2005-06, when a whopping 26.6 inches fell.

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