A late-season storm swooping down the coast is expected to bring some drizzle and light showers to Southern California Sunday, but skies should clear by the afternoon.
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A light rain fell across most parts of the Southland overnight, but a chance of showers will remain in the forecast in advance of a wetter storm due Sunday night.
Southern California will be hit especially hard by the storms, and officials are preparing for flooding and posting mudflow warnings for burn areas in the San Gabriel Mountains and in Malibu.
A flood advisory has been lifted Saturday in Los Angeles County, after a fast-moving storm brought rain and fog to foothill areas, the National Weather Service reported.
A severe thunderstorm warning issued for parts of Los Angeles County has expired, but forecasters say showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected to continue into Wednesday.
The current scattered light drizzle is predicted to morph into scattered showers and possibly even thunderstorms by Monday, forecasters said Saturday.