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More Wet Weather on the Way

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Glimpses of sunshine are expected to be few and far between today and tomorrow, as gray, rainy, wet weather is moving into Southern California once again.

Cloudy skies, showers, and thunderstorms are expected, and temperatures will peak in the high 60s. "The wet conditions are expected to continue through the day, with a chance of heavy downpours possible in the afternoon in areas burned during last year's Station fire," explains LA Now.

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