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Rain to return to L.A. area as early as Wednesday

After weeks of summer-like sunshine, rain is returning to Southern California.

A storm is heading toward the Los Angeles area and could drop between a quarter to half an inch of rain starting Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

A cold front from the north should bring scattered showers followed Thursday by thunderstorms.

Strong winds also are predicted to blow Thursday afternoon.

-- Tony Barboza

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Let's have some rain, we need it!


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