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Cooler weather, chance of drizzle to bring firefighting relief
Cooler weather, chance of drizzle to bring firefighting relief

Cooler temperatures and a chance of drizzle this week will provide a much-needed reprieve for Southern Californians following a string of warm days. Temperatures are expected to dip into the 60s Wednesday and Thursday, when a storm system off the coast could also bring a slight chance of drizzle to the Los Angeles County mountains, said meteorologist Kathy Hoxsie of the National Weather Service. Drizzle could continue Friday. The amount of rain is expected to be minimal and at best could churn up a brief period of heavy drizzle. “We have a better chance of getting some thunderstorms over the mountains,” she said. Increased thunderstorm activity will likely occur in...

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