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Los Angeles County Forecast Office Forecasts Snow, Rain and Storms

Los Angeles County Forecast Office Forecasts Snow, Rain and Storms

L.A. County remains dry, most of Southern California avoids Northern California storm system

By KATHLEEN MCDERMOTT

Associated Press

Posted: 06/03/2013 05:00:00 AM PDT

Updated: 06/03/2013 03:48:36 PM PDT

LOS ANGELES —

While most of Southern California kept clear of the first major storm of the winter, the Los Angeles County forecast office was grim Friday, predicting stormy weather in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area through Sunday.

Storms are also expected Sunday in San Diego and Sacramento and Monday across Southern California, north of Los Angeles, and the rest of the Bay Area, the U.S. National Weather Service said.

The forecast office on Friday predicted as much as a foot of snow in the foothills, with higher amounts in the San Gabriel Mountains and foothills, up to 1.5 inches in the Santa Susana Mountains and up to 1.1 inches to the San Fernando Valley, 1.6 inches in the San Gabriel Mountains and foothills, and up to 1.5 inches in the Santa Monica Mountains, 1.6 inches in the Santa Susana Mountains and foothills, and up to 1.3 inches in the San Bernardino Mountains, 1.3 inches in the San Gabriel Mountains and foothills and up to 1.1 inches in the Santa Monica Mountains and 1.2 inches to the Ventura/Santa Barbara area, the weather service said in the forecast.

The weather service is forecasting winter weather in California from early Saturday into Friday.

Forecasters said the heaviest accumulations of rain or snow could be in Los Angeles County.

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Forecasters are predicting as much as a foot of snow in the foothills, with higher amounts in the San Gabriel Mountains and foothills, up to 1.5 inches in the Santa Susana Mountains and foothills, 1.6 inches in the San Gabriel Mountains and foothills and up to 1.5 inches in the Santa Monica Mountains, 1.6 inches in the Santa Susana Mountains and footh

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