Storms to Come Close to Los Angeles

By Mark Leberfinger, Staff Writer
September 9, 2013; 6:01 PM ET
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Moisture from Tropical Depression Lorena will miss the Los Angeles basin, but there is a chance of flooding downpours in the mountains.

A thunderstorm could drift into the valleys east of Los Angeles into Tuesday, bringing a risk of flash flooding to dry areas.

Southwest Regional Radar
Los Angeles Weather Radar Hurricane Center

It won't be as hot as in the five-day streak of highs hitting 90 on Sept. 3-7. Temperatures are expected to stay in the low to mid-80s through Friday. Overnight lows will be in the low 60s, with increased cloud cover across the sky.


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