LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- It is going to be a lot cooler this week in Southern California with below-average temperatures and some snow and rain are expected as we head into the weekend.
On Tuesday, Los Angeles and Orange counties will be sunny and cool with a high of 66 degrees. The temperatures will drop to 49 degrees at night.
On Thursday, however, about half an inch of rain is expected. Friday will be much cooler as well, reaching a high of 59 degrees.
Similar conditions are on tap for the valleys and Inland Empire with a high of 67 degrees. Rain is also expected to come in on Thursday.
Beaches will be sunny with a high of 60 and 2-4 foot surf.
Mountain communities will see a high of 46 degrees, dropping to 20 at night. Snow could fall on the mountains on Tuesday.
Deserts will be sunny with some winds amid a high of 56 degrees on Tuesday, plunging to 36 at night.
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