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Chance of hail, thunderstorms Monday afternoon


A blustery storm could bring a slight chance of hail and thunderstorms to Los Angeles County on Monday, the National Weather Service said.

Showers were expected to develop later Monday, with hail possible in the afternoon as wind gusts pick up, possibly reaching 35 mph by afternoon, forecasters said.

Monday’s storm will be chilly, keeping temperatures in the 50s. In the San Bernardino County mountains, snow showers were expected, with about 8 inches of snow expected by Monday night.

Sunny skies were expected to return Tuesday, but the cold snap will continue, with highs in Los Angeles still stuck in the 50s.


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