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Low Pressure System To Bring Rain To SoCal Early Sunday

LOS ANGELES ( — Rain is expected to move into the Southland as early as Sunday.

The National Weather Service (NWS) says a cold, low pressure system will move through Southern California bringing rain to the region and gusty winds to the mountains and deserts.

Amber Lee, reporting for CBS2 and KCAL9, says a 0.25-inch to 0.75-inch of rain is possible Sunday. In addition, the snow level will drop to 3500-4000 feet.

Lee forecasts that the rain will arrive in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara at midnight and will move into the Metro area at 3 a.m. Sunday. It is expected to stick around through 5 a.m., according to Lee.

The system will clear up by Monday.

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