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Flash flooding, heavy thunderstorms possible Monday

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch Monday for parts of Los Angeles.

The weather service predicted up to half an inch of rain in some areas and said heavy thunderstorms are possible. It also warned of flooding and potential mudslides in local mountain ranges, excluding the Santa Monica Mountains.

Parts of Los Angeles received an inch of rain on Sunday and the storm system has not moved on because of weak winds, a meteorologist said.

The watch goes into effect at noon and could last through the evening.


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