SoCal slowly drying out with sunshine expected later this afternoon

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California is slowly drying out and the sunshine is expected to peak through by Tuesday afternoon.

Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect cloudy skies and a high of 64 degrees. The temperatures will dip to 53 at night.

The valleys and Inland Empire will see similar conditions in addition to partly sunny skies by the afternoon and a high of 66.

Mountain communities will also see some rain and high of 45 degrees, with snow possible at high elevations. Beaches will see cool afternoons in the 60s until Thursday.

Over in the deserts, temperatures will also stay on the cool side - mainly in the low 60s over the next few days.



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