Showers are expected to push southeast across the area tonight through Wednesday along with gusty southwest winds. Gusts could reach 35 to 40 mph over the mountains and the Antelope Valley. Showers will bring 0.25 to 0.75 of an inch of rain to most areas tonight through Wednesday afternoon, although the precipitation will be more hit and miss with this second wave of showers. The highest totals are expected over northwestern San Luis Obispo County and eastern L.A. County. Isolated thunderstorms will be possible over areas north of Point Conception through tonight, and across the entire region on Wednesday. Also possible, will be locally heavy downpours and small hail. The second storm system is colder than the first and light snowfall of 1 to 3 inches is expected at pass level on the Grapevine until Wednesday afternoon, with 3 to 6 inches of snow above 4,500 feet. These showers will bring hazardous driving conditions to mountain roads and any roadways impacted by gusty winds. In addition, minor debris flows are possible near burn areas.
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