SoCal weather: Cold temperatures, partly sunny conditions on tap Wednesday

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Southern California on Wednesday will continue to be cool, but another round of rain isn't expected until the weekend.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California on Wednesday will continue to be cool, but another round of rain isn't expected until the weekend.

Los Angeles and Orange counties on Wednesday will see a high temperature of around 61 degrees, with partly sunny conditions. Similar conditions are expected Thursday.

The valleys and Inland Empire on Wednesday will reach a high of 60 in the afternoon, dropping to 38 at night.

Beaches will see a slight chance for morning rain Wednesday amid a high of 58 degrees. Conditions will be cold for the next few days.

Mountain communities on Wednesday will see a high of 38 degrees, dropping to 18 at night. Snow is likely to fall at elevations over 6,000 feet on Sunday.

Deserts will see a high of 54 degrees and some breeze on Wednesday.

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