Nothing says fall in Southern California like cloudy skies, temperatures in the 60s and the off chance of light showers.
People across the Southland can thank a weak cold front moving south along the West Coast for the chance to break out their fall sweaters and coats.
Those seeking traditional fall weather should head to the Sierra Nevada, where one to two feet of snow is expected at some mountain passes.
The front will bring widespread but light rainfall as it passes over the San Francisco Bay Area on Friday.
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