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A rainbow forms over homes on Porter Ranch Drive in Porter Ranch on Jan. 7, 2016. (Credit: Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times)

Southern California will get a drizzle of rain Tuesday night into Wednesday morning ahead of a few days of clear skies and sunny weather, the National Weather service said.

The storm — moving east and reaching down from Northern California — will have wrung out most of its moisture by the time it hits Ventura and Los Angeles counties, said meteorologist Dave Bruno of the National Weather Service in Oxnard.

“We keep getting these systems that literally fall apart” when they reach Southern California, Bruno said.

Malibu could receive about a tenth of an inch of rain, with Pasadena expected to collect only about half of that, the Weather Service said. Most of the rain is expected to stretch from Central to Northern California. It’s the same storm behavior forecasters saw in California last week.

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