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Cold, rainy weather to continue through the weekend

Cool temperatures and rain are expected to persist in Southern California this weekend.

According to the National Weather Service, there is a 50% chance of rain Saturday night, with more showers possible Sunday.

Temperatures will top out at about 60 degrees, with lows in 40s in the L.A. basin and 30s in the mountains.

Rain is possible Monday and likely Tuesday, officials said.

High tides, which have caused minor flooding along the Orange County coast this week, will continue this weekend.


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