A chance of rain and thunderstorms are in store for Southern California as a cold weather system begins to move through the region.
National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Forwood said there’s a 60% chance of rain for Los Angeles County on Thursday, with showers most likely after sunrise, affecting morning commuters.
The rain is expected to last through the early evening hours, he added.
The weather system is expected to produce gusty winds in some parts of the county, prompting weather officials to issue wind advisories for the interior valleys and mountain areas.
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