Light rains expected across L.A. County on Sunday, but what about on Halloween?

Overcast skies over Los Angeles City Hall in October.
(Bryan Chan / Los Angeles Times)

A weak cold front blowing from Northern California will bring light rains and moisture to parts of Los Angeles County Sunday.

Ventura County and western portions of L.A. County saw light showers of about a tenth of an inch Sunday morning, with increased rainfall expected in the mountain areas, said Robbie Munroe, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard.

Later Sunday, there’s a 50% chance of rain in coastal and valley areas, with higher probabilities of rain in mountain elevations.

The rain was originally expected to miss L.A. County, but the forecast was revised Sunday morning as cold winds blew the moisture farther south than expected. The wet weather should be over by evening, Munroe said.

Monday will be drier, with cloudy conditions in the morning that are expected to clear up by the evening, he said. Halloween night revelers will see slightly cooler temperatures, with lows in the mid 50s in coastal areas and lower 50s in the valleys. No rain is expected.


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