A Little Wet Weather Saturday in Los Angeles

November 17, 2012; 5:07 AM ET
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A series of storms moving through northern and central California this weekend only brush the Los

Angeles area.

Rainfall so far this fall has been hard to come by and the rain expected through Saturday will not greatly improve things.

A shower or two will occur Friday night, then a period of rain moves through on Saturday. Rainfall amounts are likely to range from a 0.10 to 0.30 inches and temperatures will be on the cool side.

Snow levels are going to be very high, above resort level. All major resorts opened last weekend, but this weekend will not be the best with some rain and mild temperatures expected.


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