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More rain, snow coming to Southern California

A new series of winter storms is heading to Southern California.

The latest storm will move through Central California tonight and into the Los Angeles area early Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

Snow levels will drop as low as 3,500 feet, officials said. The Grapevine could see some snowfall as well.

More rain is expected Tuesday as another storm moves through. The NWS said to expect "unsettled" weather activity later in the week.

— Shelby Grad

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