STUDIO CITY (KCAL9) — After Thursday night’s rumbling and flashing, things are not quite as active Friday morning although there is still instability out there.

That will translate to a chance for a thunderstorm; however, round two of this system appears to be dropping south.

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The focus of energy on this next round will hit Orange, San Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Because of this track, rainfall totals will be limited somewhat.

A good portion of the metro area will remain relatively dry. Some pop up showers are not out of the question though.

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Snow levels are dropping down to 5,000 feet, but again with the moisture to the south, snowfall amounts will be limited.

While temperatures will remain below average, things will dry up for the weekend.

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Look for another wave of energy pushing into the Southland late Sunday and Monday, but so far the rainfall should be into Kern County and points north — maybe a sprinkle in the mountains.