LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will see the first big storm of the season Monday morning, making the morning commute slippery and wet.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see a high of 63 degrees on Monday, with about half an inch of rain. Mountain and foothill communities may see even more rain.
Valleys and the Inland Empire on Monday could see up to an inch of rain with a high of 62.
Coastal communities will see half an inch to one inch of rain, with dangerous surf.
The mountains will see 1-3 inches of rain, with wind gusts up to 40 mph and a high temperature of just 48.
Deserts will see up to a quarter inch of rain with wind gusts up to 40 mph and a high of 61 degrees.
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SoCal weather: 1st big storm of the season moving in Monday morning
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