LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California can enjoy a few days of clear skies and pleasant temperatures before a new round of rain moves in.
Thursday will be cool and clear, while Friday will see temperatures jump up to the 70s in many areas.
The new round of rain begins late Sunday night and will continue Monday into Tuesday. It is not associated with an atmospheric river this time so will not pack the same punch as this week's storm system.
On Thursday, Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect a high temperature of 68, jumping up to 76 on Friday.
The valleys and the Inland Empire will see a high of 70 on Thursday and 76 on Friday.
Beaches should expect some fog in the morning, followed by a high of 64 by the afternoon and 1-4 foot surf.
Mountains will be colder, reaching just 46 during the daytime and dropping to 22 at night. When the new rain comes, it will snow in the mountains above 7,000 feet.
Deserts will see a high of 62 on Thursday.
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