LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern Californians saw a wet commute Monday morning, with showers moving in overnight that are expected to stick around until early afternoon.
Some areas were expected to see up to a quarter-inch of rain, while half an inch is possible in mountain communities.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see a high of about 67 on Monday, staying cool in the low 70s through the rest of the week.
Valleys and the Inland Empire will also see a cool start to the week with some light rain and breezes Monday, with a high of 65. Temperatures will warm up slightly later in the week, hitting the low 80s by Thursday.
Beaches will also see cooler temperatures at the start of the week, with a high of 66 on Monday.
The mountains could see up to a half-inch of rain, with wind gusts up to 35 mph and a high of 52.
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SoCal weather: Week starts out with light rain, cool temperatures Monday