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Your Drizzly Weekend Forecast

Rainy snapshot (Photo courtesy of @quarrygirl via Instagram)
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This morning's drizzly rain is forecasted to get a little heavier and steadier tomorrow morning.

A cold front from up north is responsible for the scattered rain this morning that will continue into the evening. A second cold front is expected to bring stronger rainfall on Saturday morning and cause a slight dip in the temperature, according to City News Service. A third cold front will cause temperatures to drop a little further, but it shouldn't bring much rain to Los Angeles.

Altogether, these storms could bring anywhere from a tenth of an inch to a half-inch of rain. It's not much, but the National Weather Service warned: "Motorists should be alert for slick roadways due to the combination of oil and rainfall."

If you're up high in the mountains, you don't have to worry about snow, because the snow level will remain above 7,000 feet.

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Monday will be partly cloudy, but by Tuesday, we should have sunny skies and 70-degree temperatures.

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