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PHOTOS: Heavy Rain, High Winds, Thunderstorms

A powerful and dynamic Pacific storm will move through southern California today through the weekend bringing periods of heavy rain, high winds, mountain snow, coastal flooding, debris flows and thunderstorms. Some of the thunderstorms could produce hail, waterspouts and weak tornadoes. There will be breaks in the rain, but through tomorrow it will be wet at times. Click on this morning's satellite image to the left.

*A NUMBER OF ADVISORIES ARE IN EFFECT TODAY FOR WIND, SNOW, FLOODING AND THUNDERSTORMS..FOR DETAILS CLICK HERE:

http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/lox/

High temperatures today will only be in low to mid the 60s. Downtown L.A. (USC) should reach 64 (average is 69). Coastal area highs will range from 60-62 and the valleys and Inland Empire will top off between 60-64. Lancaster will reach 60, Hesperia 59, Apple Valley 60, Big Bear 46 and Palm Springs 71.

L.A. Quick Check:

Today: Heavy Rain 64

Saturday: Thunderstorms  61

Sunday: Scattered Showers 66

RickOmeter for *LOS ANGELES* Today  (Scale of 1-10 with a 10 the best weather): 2

VERY ACTIVE weather with severe thunderstorms, rain, snow, ice, wind and cold temperatures continue across parts of the US. Click on the map to the left for today's national forecast.

Rick's Weather Extra: Today's storm could bring us the most rain from a storm since March of 2011. Click on the image to the left for more details....

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