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Wet Christmas Eve in the forecast for Southern California

December 23, 2012 |  8:14 am

Weather Story (click the image for a higher resolution image).

Christmas Eve will see a 70% chance of rain as a series of new winter storms moves through the area.

Sunday will experience possible showers in the morning but will clear by the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

Another storm will move in Monday, but officials said the rain could move out by Monday night.

Cloudy skies are on tap for Christmas Day, and another storm is expected later in the week.

The weather service said snow levels will be around 5,500 feet.

The storms will be stronger along the Central Coast and lose some of their power when they get to Southern California, officials said.

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