Scattered showers dampen Southern California overnight
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California finally saw some rain overnight. The storm has moved out of the area, but cooler temperatures remain.
The Long Beach area received about one-tenth of an inch of rain, marking only the second time this year the area has received measurable precipitation. Some areas in Orange County saw about a half-inch of rain.
Temperatures were in the 40s across the Southland Monday morning. Temperatures will linger around the low-60s for the rest of the week in the Los Angeles-Metro area, Orange County, Inland Empire and Valleys.
The High Desert communities can expect cold and windy conditions all week, with temperatures in the 50s. The mountains will see snowfall off-and-on throughout most of the week, with highs in the 30s.
Southern California will see a 20 percent chance for rain on Thursday and Friday, as a low pressure passes through the area.
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