Heavy rain returning to SoCal this week

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Monday will be dry, but heavy rain is expected later this week in SoCal.

Residents of Southern California burn areas should be prepared for possibly a new round of flooding as a storm bringing heavy rain is expected by mid-week.

Monday will be dry, but by Tuesday morning the Santa Barbara county area could see a few showers. The rain will get heavier by Tuesday afternoon as it moves into Ventura County and parts of LA.

By Wednesday the rain could be quite heavy in some areas. Nearly two inches is expected in Ojai, with about half an inch in Burbank and downtown Los Angeles. Even more will fall by Thursday.

The high temperature will be 70 on Los Angeles and Orange counties on Monday, then drop to the mid-60s all week as the rain falls.

The valleys and Inland Empire will see a high of 73 and sunny on Monday, before the rain begins by Tuesday evening.

Beaches will see some clouds Monday, with 2-4 foot surf and a high of 66.

Mountains will be sunny and cool on Monday, with a high of just 48. When the rain falls Tuesday, the high temperature will rise slightly to 51.

Deserts will see a high of 64 on Monday, with a 20 percent chance of late rain on Tuesday.

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