LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California on Friday will see afternoon sunshine and cold temperatures, but another round of rain is set to arrive for the weekend.
Los Angeles and Orange counties on Friday will see clear skies and a high temperature of around 61 degrees. A half-inch of rain is possible Saturday amid a high of 58 degrees.
The valleys and Inland Empire on Friday will reach a high of 61 in the afternoon, dropping to 36 at night. Rain will sweep through the region by Saturday evening.
Beaches will be mostly sunny Friday amid a high of 54 degrees. Conditions will be cold for the next few days as rain is on tap Saturday and Sunday.
Mountain communities on Friday will see a high of 46 degrees, dropping to 16 at night. On Saturday, rain is expected, and snow is likely to fall at elevations over 7,000 feet.
Deserts will see a high of 58 degrees, dropping to 30 at night on Friday. Gusty winds are expected this weekend as the storm arrives.
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