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More May showers coming to L.A. area; Sunday storm set a record

It wasn't exactly a downpour, but Sunday's morning rain set a record in Long Beach, and forecasters said more rain was possible through Wednesday.

According to the National Weather Service, there is a 20% chance of rain Monday night, and Tuesday morning could see a wet commute. Tuesday will see a 30% chance of rain, giving way to partly cloudy skies.

Wednesday will see a 20% chance of rain.

On Sunday, Long Beach got .7 inches of rain -- breaking a record for the day set in 1989, according to the weather service.


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