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Your Weekend Weather: November Rain

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Now that the warmest October since 1965 is over with, today is expected to be mostly cloudy with highs in the 60s and 70s depending if you're beachside or otherwise. Expect showers north of Los Angeles up the West Coast.

As for Sunday, wet weather in the city is expected as a Pacific storm system continues to provide rain and even high elevation snow (yay for ski season). Highs across the Los Angeles region are predicted to be in the high 60s across.