LOS ANGELES (CBS/AP) — Springtime in February sure was fun while it lasted.

Sunshine and warm temperatures enjoyed around the Southland so far this month are set to give way to rain, snow, wind and cold starting at mid-week and continuing through the weekend.

A series of Alaska storms are moving toward the West Coast.

The National Weather Service says low pressure developing over the Gulf of Alaska and eastern Pacific will bring rain starting Wednesday, perhaps as early as Tuesday evening. Up to two inches of rain could fall in some areas Wednesday afternoon.

Snow levels are expected to drop to 4,000 feet, and as low as 2,000 feet, by the weekend.

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Comments (3)
  1. Elizabeth Amann says:


  2. Wallygeorge says:

    Let’s get this storm out of the way and prepare for sunshine the rest of the year. That is why we all live here right? Rain sucks but I guess we need a little and it will not last long so good riddance once it is gone!

  3. Myrna says:

    Obviously you haven’t lived where water is rationed when rain is lacking. Since everything, including yourself, needs water to survive don’t get upset when it rains during the season of rain, It’s a blessing! If we didn’t get rain you wouldn’t be able to enjoy many of the things you love about Southern California. Think about it!!!!

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