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Rain possible over the weekend, with mild temperatures

Los Angeles could get a little rain over the weekend, but it probably won't affect anyone's day plans, according to the National Weather Service.

Clouds will start rolling in Friday night, with a 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms to follow overnight, the weather service said.

"Really, nothing until after midnight," said NWS weather specialist Bonnie Bartling.

Showers could roll into Saturday morning, with high temperatures expected to hit the 70s in coastal areas and the 80s inland Saturday and Sunday afternoon.

Bartling said because temperatures don't appear to be dropping much during the forecast period, Angelenos should be prepared for a slight increase in humidity.


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