Southern California weather forecast – Los Angeles, Orange County, Inland Empire, Ventura County


Los Angeles (KABC) – There will be more rain and snow in Southern California over the next few days, Thursday being the worst storm.

Rain and snow continue on and on throughout the week. After Saturday’s storm clears, another system arrives on Sunday night, followed by a heavier system on Wednesday that throws more than a foot of snow into the mountains.

But for the first time on Sunday in Los Angeles and Orange counties, the second of the three systems will start in the evening, with about a 70% chance of rain after the daytime 60-degree peak.

In the valleys and the Inner Empire, rain is expected on Sunday night at an altitude of 57.

Tuesday will take a short break in the rain before the next system arrives on Wednesday. The highest rainfall will come on Thursday, with 3-5 centimeters of rain expected in terrestrial and valley communities and 1-2 feet of snow in the mountains at altitudes above 4,000 meters.

Weekend storms appear to mark the beginning of an overall wetter trend that could continue until the end of this month, CNN writes. Predicting a possible storm every three to four days for the next two weeks could mean three to five inches of rainfall in an area experiencing extreme drought.

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