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Weather Forecast: Rainy and Cool Through The Weekend
Your weather forecast for the rest of the week: cool and rainy.
Showers are hitting all of the Southland today, and flurries might be hitting the higher elevations, according to City News Service. The scattered showers—dropping probably no more than a third of an inch—will continue through Saturday, and it's expected to warm up and get sunny on Sunday.
If you're planning on heading into the mountains or heading over the Grapevine this weekend beware. The National Weather Service said that storms could make travel over the 5 Freeway difficult: there could be icy roads and reduced visibility.
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