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Rain Soaks Southern California Overnight; More Expected Throughout the Day

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A weak storm brought scattered showers to Los Angeles County overnight, and the rain is expected to continue through Sunday evening.

Mountains areas got as much as 1.48 inches of rain, but rainfall was more modest elsewhere, with Pasadena reporting 0.29 inches and Burbank 0.24 inches, according to the National Weather Service. Meanwhile, Alhambra reported 0.11 inches, downtown L.A. 0.05 inches, and Santa Monica and Long Beach, just 0.01 inches.

The heaviest rain came between 2 and 6 a.m.

Scattered showers were expected to continue through Sunday evening, including a slight chance of thunderstorms in the mountains and Antelope Valley through the evening. But the Monday morning commute will likely be dry.

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