Light rain to fall across Southern California on Thursday

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Drought-stricken Southern California will see a bit of rainfall on Thursday - and possibly heavier amounts early next week.

Thursday will bring about a quarter-inch of rain to most communities throughout the region, beginning around noon.

A new, heavier storm system is around the corner, potentially bringing more than an inch of rain to some areas starting Monday.

Los Angeles and Orange counties on Thursday will see about a quarter-inch of rain, with a high temperature of 58 degrees.

The valleys and Inland Empire will see some rain with a high of 57.

Mountain areas could see 2-3 inches of snow at elevations over 7,000 feet, with a daytime high of 38 degrees, dropping to about 23 overnight.

Beaches on Thursday will see light rain with a high of 60.

Deserts on Thursday will see a high of 53, with about one-tenth of an inch of rain.



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