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Three to Six Hours of Rain Predicted for this Afternoon

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A weak system sitting off the coast right now could bring the Los Angeles area some light rain, possibly a half inch to one inch, for a few hours this afternoon. San Luis Obispo is already getting a little wet, but Santa Barbara so far is dry, according to a spokesperson at the National Weather Service. High temperatures today throughout the metro region will hover around 60 with lows dipping to around 50. In the mountain areas, three to six inches could fall on 6,000 feet elevation and above. At this time, no evacuations for foothill burn areas have been called for.

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