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Storm brings rain, snow to Southern California; more coming Sunday

November 4, 2011 |  3:34 pm

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Scattered showers should continue overnight Friday, giving way to clearer skies Saturday in Southern California.

But the National Weather Service said the showers could return Sunday.

A storm system dumped rain across the region Friday. More than half an inch of rain fell in parts of L.A. and Orange County. Mountain areas were hit by snow.

The weather service said snow levels in some mountains could drop to 4,500 feet.

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--Shelby Grad

Photo: Snow falling in Big Bear Friday. Megan Garvey / Los Angeles Times

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