LOS ANGELES (KABC) –
Another thunderstorm on Thursday in cold temperatures through the Southland. In some areas, it can drop a half inch of rain and in others up to 3 inches.
There was a flood warning in Woolsey and Hill until 10:45.
It is expected that showers will be held in the morning and afternoon, as the storm is expected to subside at night.
The counties of Los Angeles and Orange, along with the valleys and the Inland Empire, can see anywhere from half an inch to one inch of rain. Heights will be in the 60s. The low temperature drops to 54 degrees.
On the beaches it could rain up to 2.5 cm (1 inch) of rain, and a high temperature of 61 is expected. The low will be 50.
Mountain communities will rain at lower altitudes between 1 and 3 inches and fall at 7,000 feet and more snow. The high will be 37.
Deserts can rain up to half an inch during high temperatures during the high 40s.
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