LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California should get a few more clear days starting Tuesday before more rain rolls in by the weekend.
Monday's light rain should taper off by early Tuesday morning, leaving the rest of the day cool and cloudy. Temperatures will rise to pleasantly warm levels with clear skies on Wednesday.
But by Friday night, a polar jetstream will drive down cold temperatures and bring up to an inch of rain to the area, along with snow in the mountains.
Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect a high of 67 on Tuesday, with cloudy skies and a few lingering showers early in the morning.
The valleys and the Inland Empire can expect similar conditions, reaching a high of 68.
Beaches will reach a high of 63 during the day with 2-4 foot surf.
Mountains will also see some rain, reaching 48 during the daytime and dropping to 28 at night. When the new rain comes over the weekend, it will snow in the mountains above 6,000 feet.
Deserts should see a high of 63 during the daytime Tuesday.
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