LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Light rain and powerful winds will continue to sweep across Southern California this week, forecasters said Tuesday.

According to the National Weather Service, the chance for rain is set at 60 percent during daytime hours today, falling to 20 percent tonight.

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The rainfall may add between a tenth and a third of an inch in L.A. County.

In Pasadena, wet weather prompted officials to move floats underneath a large tent in preparation for the Rose Parade.

Residents awoke without electricity in the West Hills area. All power has been restored to affected customers.

Freeway flooding on the eastbound and westbound connector roads from the northbound 405 Freeway to the 105 Freeway, between Hawthorne and Lennox, remained closed until shortly after 7 a.m., according to CHP officers.

No rain is in the forecast for Wednesday, but there is a chance for showers on Thursday.

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Meteorologists said Christmas Day will be mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for rain. Later that afternoon, expect to see sunny skies with temperatures in the high 60s.

Forecasters explained Thursday’s storm will bring high surf to the central coast.

A coastal flood advisory will remain in effect until 10 a.m. on Friday.

Meanwhile, high surf is expected to pound the coast as moderate to strong winds sweep through the San Gabriel mountains and Antelope Valley areas into Wednesday.

A wind advisory will be in force until noon on Wednesday, with gusts between 20 to 30 mph.

High king tides are expected to return along the shoreline in L.A.,Orange and San Diego counties.

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