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STUDIO CITY (KCAL9) — First off, there is no such thing as “earthquake weather.” Now that we got that out of the way … here’s your forecast:

We are looking at a couple of late season systems headed our way.

However, the rain chances with these systems are going to be varied. There are three systems in our future … and right now, there is only one that looks like it will impact the Los Angeles Metro-area.

The first system hits overnight tonight and early tomorrow.

The cold front will sweep through early tomorrow … but it quickly falls apart as it treks through the area.

There is a good chance for some steady rainfall along the central coast.

We may pick up a little drizzle south of Ventura County. Then we will see clearing through Sunday.

So your Sunday will definitely not be a wash-out. The next system moves in late Monday and Tuesday. This has the potential to bring a little more rainfall. Not major totals … but it should be scattered and there could even be enough lift as the low moves through to give us a thunderstorm or two. Then we dry up later Wednesday.

There is another possible system on Thursday … but that one looks pretty dry.

Basin – upper 60s to low 70s;
Beaches – mid to upper 60s;
Valleys – low 70s;
Deserts – low 70s;
Mountains – upper 40s.

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