Wednesday was a relatively quiet day compared to Tuesday, with limited lightning and mostly light to moderate showers.
Over the last two days several areas saw some significant rain totals, like the Figueroa Mountain area that received over three inches of rain!
A low pressure system will continue to bring showers and slight chance of thunderstorms Wednesday night.
We'll have a few hours of reprieve from the rain before the rain starts again Thursday afternoon.
A majority of precipitation is expected over the mountains but if the storm turns out to be more convective than stratiform, showers could easily push over mountains and down into coasts and valleys.
A cold front is moving in Sunday into early Tuesday.
Light to moderate rain is expected with this system with even potentials for mountain snow.
Rainfall amounts could be .5" to 1-2" in the mountain areas.
Temperatures will be dropping during this time as well.
Enjoy the rest of your week!