Southern California Could Get Hit With Rain Sunday

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Cloudy conditions and a 20 percent chance of rain have been added to Southern California’s forecast for Sunday.

An unusual late-spring Pacific storm will move across the state Sunday, bringing with it the possibility of heavy rain north of Santa Barbara and Bakersfield.

Forecasters say a small amount of snow may fall on the San Gabriel Mountains above Pasadena Sunday night, as cold air flows in at the tail of the storm.

Warmer temperatures are expected by Wednesday.

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  • jimmy

    The DEA fabricate evidence and steal from suspects. They will string a suspect on for 20 years stealing from him/her.

    In the San Francisco bay area you can see many of these corrupt DEA (State and Federal versions) driving $70,000+ cars, wearing expensive watches and wearing high end clothing. They boost their income by stealing from suspects. Some of the items stolen are sold other items are kept. Who best to know other than law enforcement what could be tracked back to them

    They then use murder to close these bad cases.

  • "chemtrail monster"

    it’s gonna rain alright, it’s gonna rain blood!!!,because the military government keeps chocking us with these “CHEMTRAiLS”!!! no more california blue skies!!!

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