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Rain, cooler temperatures forecast for Southern California

October 8, 2012 |  7:22 am

 

Wondering what this week's weather will bring? Think rain and cooler temperatures.

"Forget summer," National Weather Service specialist Bonnie Bartling said Monday morning. "We got this big cool-down now."

Temperatures in downtown Los Angeles are expected to reach 78 degrees on Monday and 74 degrees Tuesday. Then, Bartling said, Angelenos should brace for a good chance of rain.

She said showers could begin as early as Tuesday night, with a 40% chance of rain on Wednesday and a 50% chance on Thursday.

According to weather service's website, rain is out of the forecast by the weekend.

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