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Today's Weather: Scattered Showers for Rest of the Day

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The heavier showers that poured over Los Angeles this morning have moved on to the Eastern part of Los Angeles County. A group of scattered showers should hit the area in a few hours and could douse the city sporadically throughout the day. Around 7 a.m. this morning there was a cloud to ground lightening strike, said Stuart Seto, a Weather Specialist from the National Weather Service. Later tonight, there is a 20 percent chance of rain and tomorrow should be mostly sunny. The snow level currently sits around 3500 feet with new snow precipitation at 4000 feet.