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Winter system drops rain, snow on Southern California

A winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon Tuesday after a cold Pacific storm brought rain and snow to Southern California.

Rain showers, thunderstorms and even hail are possible in Los Angeles County as the winter system makes its exit from the region, the National Weather Service said. Snow showers also are a possibility, mostly in the foothills.

PHOTOS: Rain and snow around Southern California

On Monday, the storm blanketed local mountains with snow and brought more than 3/4 of an inch of rain to downtown Los Angeles.

The forecast for the rest of the week calls for sunny skies and relative calm until Friday, when a moderate to strong windstorm is possible.


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Photo: Four-year-old Caelee Kelly helps her mother, Tiffany, clean snow off their car in Frazier Park in Kern County. Credit: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times

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