Los Angeles to Miss Out on Substantial California Rains

By Mark Leberfinger, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
March 24, 2014; 4:31 AM
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Rainfall expected this week in northern California probably won't produce nearly enough south to aid the Los Angeles area in its 3-year-old drought.

Some morning drizzle is in store for the coastal areas of Southern California, but nothing in the way of helpful rain.

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It will be seasonable ahead of Wednesday's drizzle with highs Monday and Tuesday in the low 70s.

After Wednesday, sunshine and dry conditions will return to Los Angeles with highs heading back to the low 70s for Friday and Saturday.

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