Fast-moving system drops light rain across Southland

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A fast-moving system dropped light and scattered rain across parts of the Southland Thursday as average temps were expected to linger in the 60s.

Light and scattered April showers fell across parts of Southern California Thursday as average temps were expected to linger in the 60s.

The quick-moving system will move out of SoCal in a hurry, and the rain will be out of the forecast by the end of Thursday.

Los Angeles and Orange counties, along with the valleys and Inland Empire, will see cloudy skies, windy conditions and some light rain. Highs will be in the upper 60s.

Beaches will also have a chance for light rain amid cloudy conditions and wind gusts up to 30 mph.

Mountain areas will be very windy with gusts up to 50 mph. There will be a 20 percent chance of showers as conditions remain cool in the low 40s.

High desert areas have a 30 percent chance of rain as winds could be up to 60 mph. Temperatures will hover in the low 60s.

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