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A storm that is expected to bring snow to the Grapevine and rain across Southern California arrived in Los Angeles on Friday evening. While temperatures in the city were expected to remain moderate,they will be ificantly colder at higher elevations, weather specialist Stuart Seto with the National Weather Service said.
Up to 3 inches of snow could drop on the Grapevine, and even more is expected in the mountains through Saturday.
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The storm could drop up to a half-inch of rain along the coast and up to an inch in the mountains, Seto said. Projections showed the storm largely passing out of the region by early Saturday, Carol Smith, a National Weather Service meteorologist, said Friday evening. Daytime temperatures in Los Angeles are expected to climb to 70 degrees — near the seasonal average — between Monday and Wednesday, Seto said.
Another storm is expected to arrive Thursday and could drop up to 2 more inches of rain, Seto said. For breaking California news, follow JosephSerna on Twitter. Joseph Serna is the deputy editor of culture and talent at the Los Angeles Times and helps oversee its career training and recruitment efforts. All Sections. About Us. B2B Publishing.
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