Rain, snow in Southern California to persist through Sunday
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A cold storm system passing through Southern California will bring light to moderate rain to the region through early Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
Low snow levels are expected to bring a coat of powder to the 5 Freeway near the Grapevine and Tejon Pass. The snowy conditions may make for a treacherous drive and cause traffic delays over the busy holiday weekend.
On Sunday, there's a 20 percent chance of showers with highs around 60 degrees in metro Los Angeles and Orange County, and in the valleys and Inland Empire. Our local mountains will get scattered snow at 4,000 feet and highs in the lower 30s. The high desert will have a 30 percent chance of morning showers and temps in the upper 40s.
The region got a dose of wild weather Saturday. Boyle Heights got a round of hail and there were water spouts off the coast of San Pedro.
The wet weather is expected to clear out by Monday, but temperatures are expected to remain about the same.
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