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KTLA weather: Chance of light rain tonight

Weather140 Skies are mostly clear after Wednesday's front, which dropped a quarter inch of rain on Los Angeles, moved east. Highs today will run about 5 to 10 degrees below seasonal norms.

This evening, an area of low pressure is expected to move across California, bringing another chance of rainfall; the path of this low will determine how much.  Computer models are predicting that the storm will come inland in Central California, which for the Southland would mean only a slight chance of rain into early Friday morning.  If the low dips south, our our chances of rain later tonight and Friday morning will increase.

Any precipitation will end early Friday, with clouds lingering through the day.

Read more on the KTLA weather blog.

-- Warren Hohmann, KTLA News

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i felt the quake for about 15 to 20 seconds slow on boat movement in victorville.


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