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Storms Systems Could Hit this Weekend and Next Week

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In Pasadena | Photo by @sevenphoto via LAist Featured Photos on Flickr


In Pasadena | Photo by @sevenphoto via LAist Featured Photos on Flickr
Rain could make it a bummer of an Oscars Sunday, but you never know as chances of rain are all over place. "We've got a mixed bag coming," explained Bill Hoffer, a spokesman for the National Weather Service, this morning.

It's expected to be mostly sunny today until afternoon when clouds begin moving in. After midnight, there's a 20% chance of rain. Rain is likely in the morning with a 60% chance in the afternoon, which then gets upped to 70% at night. A quarter to three-quarters of an inch is expected to fall with up to an inch in the San Gabriel foothills.

As for Oscars Sunday, it will be cloudy with chance of showers in the morning and with a slight chance in the afternoon. In all, there's a 40% chance of rain with clouds clearing out by night.

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On Monday, a new storm could move in, with a 20% chance of rain. But by Tuesday, all storms should be out of the way.

Throughout the week, daytime temperatures will be in the 60s until Thursday, when we might see some weather in the 70s. Nighttime lows will consistently be in the mid 40s to 50s.