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Small chance of rain for Southern California on Wednesday

February 28, 2012 |  1:46 pm

A fast-moving storm brought gusty winds, rain, hail and snow to Southern California on Monday, with cooler temperatures on tap for Tuesday

After dealing with gusty winds, rain, hail and snow, Southern California can expect clearer skies followed by the possibility of another small rain storm on Wednesday.

The National Weather Service said daytime temperatures Tuesday  are expected to remain below normal, but rain and clouds will give way to mainly sunny skies, the weather service said.

On Wednesday, forecasters said, there is a 20% chance of rain around parts of the region.

On Monday, snow fell across local mountains, causing the Grapevine to be closed for part of Monday. Scattered showers, hail and powerful wind gusts were also reported in the L.A. basin.

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Photo: The sun breaks through Monday as two people jog near the top of the Baldwin Hills scenic overlook in Culver City. Credit: Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times

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