More rain could hit L.A. before warming trend begins

Southland residents will likely have to deal with a little bit more rain this weekend before the skies clear and the region warms up next week, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service said.

Forecasters don’t expect any more steady rain Saturday, but another low-pressure system is moving through the area Sunday, meteorologist Scott Sukup said. With it comes a 40% chance of rain overnight and Sunday morning, and a 20% chance of rain Sunday afternoon.

“It’ll be scattered showers,” he said.

From there, the air will get drier and the temperatures warmer, Sukup said. Monday will be the coolest, with a high downtown near 60. Temperatures will rise into the mid- and upper-60s by the end of the week.

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-- Matt Stevens, Los Angeles Times

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