After Saturday’s drenching rain, thunderstorms are possible again in the Los Angeles region on Sunday, with the chance of precipitation at 50 percent.
The National Weather Service forecast calls for cloudy conditions and with highs from the lower to mid 70s at the beaches to the lower to mid 80s inland.
The chance of rain continues overnight and into Monday morning. Lows overnight will be around 70.
“A warm, humid, and unstable air mass will linger into Monday as the remnants of Tropical Depression Dolores move north into the region,” the weather service said. “Other effects include locally high surf and strong rip currents at local beaches, isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms, and the potential for flash flooding and debris flows across southwestern California.
“Showers and thunderstorms could have heavy rainfall, dangerous cloud-to-ground lightning, gusty and erratic winds, and small hail.”
Monday is expected to be mostly cloudy with highs from the upper 60s to mid 70s at the beaches to the upper 70s to mid 80s inland.
Here are the latest temperatures and conditions around Southern California: