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Halloween rain: Storm to hit Friday afternoon; roads to get slick
Halloween rain: Storm to hit Friday afternoon; roads to get slick

A Pacific Northwest rainstorm should arrive in Southern California on Friday afternoon, disrupting Halloween plans and setting the stage for dangerously slick road conditions. The storm system is expected to bring rain, gusty winds, snow in the mountains and possible thunderstorms to the Southland as it moves down the California coastline, according to the National Weather Service. Rainfall could reach as much as 1.5 inches along the Central Coast, with even higher amounts across northwestern San Luis Obispo County. Rainfall elsewhere is expected to be between a quarter-inch and three-quarters of an inch for most of the rest of the affected region. National Weather Service specialist...

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