LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Intermittent showers were expected to continue Wednesday, with rainfall totals of one to two inches possible by evening in parts of western Los Angeles County, according to the National Weather Service.

A flood advisory expired at 5:30 a.m., but showers are expected to remain stationary and could contribute to urban and small stream flooding, according to the Weather Service.

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“Agoura Hills and the Malibu area, they are probably going to get a half-inch or more by later today,” National Weather Service meteorologist Curt Kaplan said. “We’ll see what develops.”

Light to moderate showers were expected to affect most areas in Los Angeles County through the morning hours.

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“Motorists in the region should be prepared for wet driving conditions with ponding of low-lying roadways possible,” Kaplan said.

The Weather Service also advised motorists to slow down to avoid hydroplaning.

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Comments (9)
  1. g says:

    wowie 114 degrees one week, pouring down rain the next!

    1. And it’s supposed to be 98 on Sunday.

  2. Buck says:

    Idiots on the road. Watch out

    1. Buck, that would be all the time.

      1. Buck says:

        Yes however 100 accidents in the rainy am prove that drivers are reall dumber then first thought

  3. Dean Geisler says:

    Yey – we do have weather in LA:)

  4. Laguna Lucy says:

    Hopefully Al gore is not watching…

  5. Ahnol S. says:

    SoCal weather is flip-flopping! Just like the candidates : )

  6. So much flooding, Meg Whitman’s up to her knees in illegals.

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