Scattered showers expected to continue amid chilly temperatures throughout SoCal on Monday

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Scattered showers are expected to continue amid chilly temperatures throughout Southern California on Monday.

Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect cloudy skies and a high of 66. Intermittent showers that moved into the region in the morning will last into Tuesday.

The region will warm up and the slow-moving weather system will clear out by Wednesday.

The valleys and Inland Empire on Monday will see a high of 66 degrees, with similar conditions on Tuesday.

Mountain communities will also see some rain and high of 51 degrees, with snow possible at high elevations.



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