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After a cold, wet week, sunny and clear skies arrive in Southern California

After days of dark skies, heavy rain and snow in the mountains, the sun will be shining across Southern California this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Some overnight rain and scattered showers Friday morning, Feb. 9, will be followed by clear skies and temperatures will begin to warm up.

In the valleys, some cleanup continues following the days-long storm that saw some areas break daily rainfall records and left a soggy mess in its wake.

San Gabriel Mountains residents were digging out from the fresh blanket of snow Thursday, Feb. 8, near Wrightwood, as the crisp, clear day called many outdoors.



But there are warmer days ahead, NWS says.

By midweek, temperatures in the valleys will reach the mid- to high-60s. Nights will be cold though, as forecasted temperatures will be in the mid 30s to low 40s.

Along the coast, the sun will be shining with temperatures in the low 60s for the highs and an evening cool down in the 40s.

Crisp and clear days will stick around in the mountain communities, with highs in the 30s and 40s, while overnight lows drop into the teens and 20s.

Source: Orange County Register

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