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Decision Time: Whether To Weather The Weather

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It's only a spot of rain but it's also Sunday and if you needed an excuse to be a loungy sloth and catch up on required LAist reading, well, the weather is happy to oblige.

A storm in the region means light rain and possible thunderstorms with snow levels potentially falling to 4,000 feet, according to the National Weather Service. Beginning late Sunday morning and continuing into the afternoon, rainfall totals should stay low with an estimated 1/4 inch total, reports KTLA.

Partly cloudy skies are expected for Monday and local mountains could see a fresh dusting of powder. As a result of last month's biblically heavy rain, a stretch of Angeles Crest Highway north of La Cañada Flintridge is expected to stay closed until spring due to destabilized hillsides reports the LA Times.

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