Storm to move out today, but chilly temperatures to persist

A winter storm watch remains in effect until noon today as a cold weather system slowly moves out of the area, clearing the way for a moderate warming trend on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Roads in the Station fire burn area in the Angeles National Forest are expected to reopen later today after they were closed Tuesday due to relatively low snow levels.

[Updated 11 a.m.: According to the latest estimates, some roads in the Angeles National Forest, including portions of Big Tujunga Canyon Road and Angeles Forest Highway, may not reopen until Wednesday. Go here for the latest L.A. County road closure alerts.]

Temperatures should start to nudge up into the mid-60s on Wednesday under a mix of sunny and partly cloudy skies through the end of the week, according to the National Weather Service.


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Photo: Greg Sercel, 8, plays with a rake in a pool of water backed up by debris in his Pasadena driveway at Allen Avenue and Orangewood Street in Pasadena. Credit: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times / December 12, 2011

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