STUDIO CITY (KCAL9) — There’s another really nice day on tap. The dry northwest flow will keep things mostly sunny Thursday with temperatures running just a bit above average.

By Friday, the clouds will begin to build with a stronger on-shore flow. This all comes ahead of the next system.

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The upper level low will travel south through the weekend. There is a slight chance for some light drizzle or light showers starting late Friday night.

Through Saturday, the system approaches. Snow levels start out fairly high at 7,000 feet but by early Sunday those levels will begin to drop.

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By Sunday, look for snow levels down to 4,000 feet — that would put both the Cajon Pass and the Grapevine in jeopardy.

As far as rain goes, there really is a chance for rain Sunday into Monday morning. Then another wave of vorticity into Tuesday that could bring showers once again.

Totals look to be in the ballpark of .10 to .50 inches — that’s less than the last system, but with the unstable environment there could be thunderstorm, and that would mean sporadic heavy downpours.

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Look for warmer and drier weather through the rest of next week.