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L.A. weather: Sunny Super Bowl Sunday, but rain possible Tuesday

February 5, 2012 |  8:35 am

Photo:Joseph Zavala, 5, sprinkle in a little fun Saturday at the San Pedro Science Center. Credit: Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times

Savor your sunny Sunday, Los Angeles -- rain and gusty winds may be coming to Los Angeles by Tuesday.

Sunday could be the last cloudless day for a while, with mostly cloudy skies rolling in Monday night. A wet storm system is expected to roll through Southern California on Tuesday, and forecasters with the National Weather Service expect a 70% chance of rain.

L.A., which is expected to continue enjoying temperatures in the 70s Sunday, is expected to see daily highs fall into the 60s Tuesday and Wednesday.

For the ski resorts in the San Bernardino County mountains, forecasters expect a 20% chance of measureable precipitation Tuesday, with the snow level down to an elevation of 6,500 feet. Both rain and snow are possible. Temperatures were forecast to hover between 37 and 47 degrees at elevations above 6,000 feet.

For the Mammoth Lakes area, there was a slight chance of snow showers Tuesday morning, followed by a slight chance of showers in the afternoon, according to the weather service.

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Photo: Joseph Zavala, 5, sprinkles in a little fun Saturday at the San Pedro Science Center. Credit: Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times

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