Chances of rain and snow to hit parts of SoCal later this week

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Temperatures will get slightly warmer in some parts of Southern California on Sunday, but chances of rain and snow in some areas are coming later this week.

Santa Ana winds will come in through Los Angeles and Orange counties on Sunday as temperatures will rise to 74 degrees, which is above seasonal average. If you're driving out in the early morning hours, expect to see some fog Sunday morning before it clears out.

The weather will get even cooler by mid-week with chances of rain on Thursday.

The valleys and Inland Empire on Saturday will see gusty winds blow through the canyons as temperatures jump to 78. Rain is also expected on Thursday and Friday.

Beaches during the weekend will be cloudy and temperatures will be in the 60s.

Mountain areas on Sunday will be sunny with a 60-degree day. Chances for rain and snow is expect on Thursday.

The deserts on Sunday will be sunny and temperatures will reach a high of 75. Similar conditions are on tap Monday.

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