Wet weather leaves behind chilly temps
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Widely scattered storm cells continued to move across Southern California on Sunday, dumping light rain and snow in some areas.
The latest round of wet weather brought cold temperatures and often unpredictable conditions.
"It's crazy, I can't keep up with it," said Cindy of Pasadena. "I want to put the summer clothes away but I can't, and I need to take the winter clothes out. I don't know what to do."
Heavy fog moved into some parts of the region making for dangerous driving conditions.
Monday is expected to be partly cloudy and windy with temps in the low 60s in metro Los Angeles and Orange County, and in the valleys and Inland Empire.
The mountains have a 40 percent chance of snow at elevations above 4,000 feet with temps in the low 30s. The high desert will also be partly cloudy and in the low 50s.
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