LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — The day after Christmas got off to a rainy start in Southern California, but the wet weather is expected to clear out by the afternoon.
Temperatures will remain on the chilly side, with a high of 61 degrees in Los Angeles and 55 degrees in the Inland Empire. The high desert will top out at about 52 degrees.
A winter weather advisory remains in effect through 4 p.m. for the Ventura and L.A. County mountains above 5,000 feet and the San Bernardino County mountains above 4,500 feet.
Those areas are expected to see showers as well as snow amounts of 3 to 5 inches through Wednesday night.
Forecasters warned about winter driving conditions in the mountains, including the Grapevine, which could get snow.