STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — CBS2 meteorologist Rich Fields says more rain is likely in the Southland through the day on Sunday.

Fields is forecasting light rain Saturday, turning to scattered showers overnight, and a 60 percent chance of continued showers on Sunday, with snow continuing at the higher elevations of the local mountains as well.

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The rain amounts could be heavy enough for concerns in the area of recent fires, including Glendora and Camarillo Springs.

KCAL9’s Brittney Hopper reported from Beverly Hills Saturday evening.

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The rain was already falling sufficiently enough to create worry among Golden Globe producers who were working had to keep the red carpet from becoming water-logged.

 

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