Southern California Chill through Saturday With Showers

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
November 9, 2012; 8:55 AM ET
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A slow-moving, cold storm off the Oregon Coast moves farther south through Saturday. A temperature drop of 30 degrees has already replaced the record heat that started this week.

A few showers moved through Southern California today and it can shower at any time into Saturday with clouds limiting the sunshine. High temperatures Friday and Saturday will only be in the low to middle 60s, well-below normal.

Snow levels fell to near 5,000 feet Friday and will continue down to 4,000 feet Friday night and Saturday with snow showers on occasion that can bring small accumulations and locally slick roads.


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