After a warm Saturday, Los Angeles County could see up to an inch of rainfall Sunday, with a small chance of thunderstorms and snow at higher elevations.
The region should see warmer temperatures Saturday with lows in the 50s and highs in the 70s, said Scott Sukup, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard.
There's a "close to 100%" chance of rain on Sunday evening, Sukup said. Some areas could see a half inch to an inch of rain, with a chance of snow above 6,000 feet.
The National Weather Service could issue a winter weather advisory Sunday if weather conditions pose a hazard, Sukup said.
Mud flows are possible in the areas burned by the summer's wildfires. Burn areas in the San Gabriel Mountains could see mud flows, as well as areas in and around Santa Clarita, Sukup said.
The rain should stop falling by Monday morning, Sukup said.