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More Rain Expected This Week

Wet conditions are forecast to continue into the weekend



    Storms Cause Flooding in Inland Empire
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    LOS ANGELES - FEBRUARY 22: Downtown Los Angeles (top) and Hollywood (R) are visible during a short break in the rain as the region is under a tornado watch and Orange County is under a tornado warning February 22, 2005 in Los Angeles, California. This is now the third wettest season on record for southern California and with two months left in the season, it could become the rainiest since records began in 1877. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

    Expect more rain throughout the week after a morning of scattered showers.

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    The main part of a Pacific storm system will slowly move inland and across the region late Friday through Sunday leading to widespread  precipitation and cool temperatures for the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

    Rains will subside briefly Thursday giving way to mostly sunny conditions. Some isolated showers are expected and highs will be in the high 50s. More showers return Friday and Saturday, with highs in the low to mid 60s.

    "A stronger and colder storm system is expected Friday into Saturday,  with the potential for locally heavy rainfall and very low snow levels, which  will potentially create winter weather hazards on both the Tejon and Soledad  passes,'' the agency advised.