SoCal to see plenty of sunshine Friday, but weekend will bring chance of rain and snow

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Powerful Santa Ana winds are slowly moving out of Southern California, making way for a sunny and pleasant start to the weekend. However, rain and snow chances return on Sunday.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Powerful Santa Ana winds are slowly moving out of Southern California, making way for a sunny and pleasant start to the weekend. However, rain and snow chances return on Sunday.

Los Angeles and Orange counties on Friday can expect sunny and mild conditions amid a high of 69 degrees. Temperatures at night will drop to 47.

On Sunday, it'll cool down to about the mid-50s with a chance light showers during the day.

The valleys and Inland Empire on Friday will be see similar conditions, with temperatures reaching a high of 70 degrees, dropping to 42 at night. Drizzle is also expected on Sunday.

Beaches can expect afternoon sunshine Friday. A high of 65 is on tap in the afternoon, dropping to 46 at night.

Mountain communities on Friday and Saturday will be clear and sunny but if you're heading out there on Sunday, expect a 40% chance of light snow. Temperatures will reach a high of 50 and a low of 23 degrees.

Deserts on Friday can expect sunshine in the afternoon, with temperatures reaching a high of 61. At night, temperatures will drop to 30 degrees.

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