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2nd storm brings more rain to Southern California

A second spring storm is moving into Southern California, bringing rain, snow and possible thunderstorms.
April 1, 2014 12:00:00 AM PDT
A second spring storm moved through Southern California, bringing rain, snow and a chance for thunderstorms.

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Showers were seen overnight into early Wednesday morning across the Southland. Meteorologist Dallas Raines says some areas will see clearing by the afternoon, but the chance of scattered showers will remain for the foothill areas.

With the gusty winds and scattered rain, it felt more like a winter day. Temperatures were in the low-60s in the Los Angeles-Metro area, Orange County, the Inland Empire and Valleys. The High Desert will see highs in the mid-50s.

The rain will move out of Southern California by Thursday, and it'll be warming up to the 80s by early next week.

The storm has residents in recent burn areas on high alert. The city of Glendora raised the flooding alert level for areas impacted by the Colby Fire. Not a lot of rain is expected, but officials want residents to be ready just in case.

Last month, heavy rains caused mud and debris to flow down from the burned out hillsides above Glendora and Azusa.

The Colby Fire burned nearly 2,000 acres, destroyed five homes and damaged 17 other homes on Jan. 16. The burn impact area includes homes north of Sierra Madre between the western city boundaries of Azusa and Glendora to the eastern boundary of homes on the west side of the Little Dalton Wash, near Loraine Avenue.

Parking restrictions are in effect and residents are asked to remove trash cans and other obstacles from the street. No evacuation orders are in effect yet.

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