With long-term, moderate to extreme drought conditions gripping much of California, some rainfall will make its way into the Los Angeles region to end the week.
Thursday featured mostly cloudy skies but scattered showers occasionally sprinkled the area with some rain. Additional periods of rain will continue throughout the day on Friday.
Spotty showers and thunderstorms will continue into Saturday overnight, with increased winds for the area on Friday.
Temperatures will continue to stay in the mid- to upper 60s until Sunday, when highs will reach back into the mid-70s. Overnight lows will stay in the lower 50s through the end of the weekend.
An occasional shower may pop up in the area on Saturday, but the cloudy conditions will clear significantly. Sunday will also be partly sunny without the chances of rain.
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