There’s a chance of a few more showers throughout the day but look for generally drying conditions with cooler temps.
A plume of moisture surging from the south will bring the threat of sprinkles through the day and steady rainfall by the evening.
Recent rainfall may not be enough to cut short the statewide drought, according to a new report.
More rain was expected to continue across the Southern California on Sunday.
CBS2 meteorologist Rich Fields says more rain is likely in the Southland through the day on Sunday.
Power was restored Saturday to customers who were affected by outages caused by rain in the area.
The recent showers have provided some relief to drought-stricken California, a report released Thursday said.
More than two inches of rain fell in just about two hours.
Look for cool temperatures Wednesday and a slight chance for a shower throughout the day.
Camarillo Springs residents were allowed to return to their homes early Wednesday morning after mandatory evacuation orders were lifted.
Heavy downpour caused problems in the South Bay where several intersections had flooded due to flash flooding.
Southern California residents were bracing for another storm Monday night, with police warning drivers to be careful on the road.
Just as Southern California is drying out following a powerful Pacific storm last week, another pair of storms are headed for the region Monday, threatening rainfall from early Tuesday through Wednesday.
A Camarillo Springs home that was red-tagged following a mudslide last week has been burglarized, authorities have confirmed.
Recent storms here in Southern California have provided much needed rain for the area, but it still may be a long way to go before drought conditions are lifted.