After a weeks-long sunny spell, rain, wind and maybe even snow will return to Southern California on Sunday as a strong winter storm moves into the area, forecasters say.
The Pacific storm’s punch is expected to be felt mostly during a six-hour window Sunday morning and afternoon, when as much as an inch and a half of rain could fall across the region.
Even more rain could hit the foothill areas of the valleys and the mountains. The National Weather Service predicts between 1½ and 3 inches of precipitation in those areas. Forecasters also warn of possible thunderstorms.
Meanwhile, strong winds with gusts as high as 60 miles...