Los Angeles Rain From West Coast Storm Train

By , Meteorologist
November 29, 2012; 5:25 AM ET
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While the brunt of rain will impact northern California through the weekend with a major storm train, some rain will make it into the Los Angeles Basin as well.

Following a round of light rain on Wednesday night into Thursday, a heavier round of rain will arrive on Sunday. An additional 0.5 of an inch of rain will be possible. Motorists are urged to use caution.

Before Sunday's rain, a moist onshore flow will bring low clouds and spotty showers.

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