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Hail And Thunder In LA! Rain Will Continue Into Tomorrow, Possibly Friday

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The steady rain has arrived in L.A. and it will likely continue through tomorrow, with a chance of showers Friday.

We even got some pea-sized hail (!!) and thunder at noon today in La Cañada Flintridge:

And this was — one of the scenes — from the 818:

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You can expect high tempertures in the 50s at the coast and farther inland, 60s in the Coachella Valley, and down to the 40s in the Antelope Valley.

The rainfall totals will range from around one inch at the coast to 1.5 to 2.5 inches in the foothills. Amounts in the deserts will mostly be less than one-quarter inch.

There's also a winter storm warning for the mountains through tomorrow night, with snow getting down to 3,000 feet. Above 4,500 feet, there could be half-a -foot to a foot of snow.

Dry weather is expected later Friday through Sunday with warmer temps, but but still cooler than normal.

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And another round of light rain is possible next Monday or Tuesday.