More rain in L.A.? Yes — and it could be gray well into the week
There’s a chance Los Angeles County will be sprinkled with light rain Sunday night and Monday morning, according to forecasts.
The precipitation will likely hit the Southland in the overnight hours and continue intermittently into Monday evening, said National Weather Service meteorologist Kathy Hoxsie. Overcast skies are expected throughout the day.
The overall chance of rain is 35 percent, Hoxsie said, with a much slimmer chance of thunderstorms. Only five-hundredths of an inch is predicted to fall, she said.
Temperatures may drop slightly tomorrow, with a forecasted high of 69 degrees Fahrenheit in Downtown L.A. and 67 near the coast.
Some more wet-but-mild weather is predicted for Thursday and into the weekend, Hoxsie said.
“We’re looking at generally gray days,” she said, “not unlike what we’ve seen in the last week.”
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