LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Another storm is coming to Southern California late Tuesday night and it could bring about half an inch of rain and maybe close to a foot of snow in the mountains.
The majority of the day will be mostly sunny, but the rain will start creeping in late at night, around 11 p.m. or midnight.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see sunshine during the day with the high temperature reaching 69 degrees. The low will be 51.
Wednesday, however, will be the main rain day for the area with about half an inch of rain expected. There's potential for some thunderstorms on Thursday.
The valleys and Inland Empire will reach a high of 71 on Tuesday, dropping to 43 at night. Similar rain conditions are expected for Wednesday and Thursday.
Beaches on Tuesday will be sunny during the day amid 65-degree weather, dropping to 50 at night. The rain will cool things off starting Wednesday.
Mountain communities will be mostly sunny on Tuesday but will be cold later at night. A high of 50 degrees and a low of 24 degrees is on tap. Snow showers will pop up Wednesday at 6,500 feet. Temperatures will drop to 19 degrees on Thursday at night.
Deserts will reach a high of 67 on Tuesday and rain is expected on Wednesday and Thursday.
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