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Summer Rain Possible In Parts Of LA This Weekend, Flood Warning Issued

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It's summer! Grab your umbrella. Los Angles is readying for a potential pounding in the mountain areas with temperatures dropping and the possibility of rain, thunderstorms and flooding in some areas, according to the National Weather Service.The NWS issued a flood warning for the Antelope Valley and for the mountains of Ventura county and Los Angeles county with heavy rain possible through Sunday night.

The isolated showers and thunderstorms are expected Saturday with mostly sunny-ness everywhere else. Temp high should reach near 84 with a nighttime low of 67. Chance of precipitation is 20%.