LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Southern Californians could see drizzle and thunderstorms over the next couple of days, forecasters said on Thursday.
Light rain fell in several areas on Thursday morning, including Santa Clarita, downtown Los Angeles and Long Beach.
The moisture was coming from a monsoon system floating north from Mexico, according to the National Weather Service.
Most locations will receive little to no rainfall, but brief periods of rain and gusty winds were possible, NWS officials said.
There was also a chance of thunderstorms, primarily in the Los Angeles County mountains and Antelope Valley.
The best chance of thunderstorms was expected to be on Thursday and Friday afternoons.
Temperatures were expected to remain in the mid-70s and low-80s in the L.A. basin through Friday.
The valleys will see high temperatures in the 90s, forecasters said.