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Late Season Storm Will Bring Rain to L.A. Today Through Thursday

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Chilly temps and rain are bound for Los Angeles today as a "late season storm" system moves through the area, according to the National Weather Service.

Rain could hit Los Angeles and Ventura counties as early as this afternoon, say forecasters. The band of moisture paired with gusty winds will continue to move through Southern California from tonight through Thursday, and while it won't rain consistently the whole time, we can expect periods of showers for the next couple of days.

Rainfall totals are expected to vary from region to region due to the uncertainty of the track of the storm, but will likely be smaller the further inland. We could see some thunderstorms, though, thanks to the destabilization in the atmosphere the NWS is predicting for overnight.