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Rain, cooler temperatures forecast for Southern California


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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