LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Weeks of warm and sunny weather are now a memory as cold temperatures and rain have move into Southern California.
The first in a series of storms, according to the National Weather Service, is expected to bring about a half inch to an inch of rain to the coast and valleys Wednesday.
One to two inches are expected for the foothills and mountains.
The storm will move through San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties early Wednesday morning, then head south into Ventura and L.A. counties Wednesday afternoon.
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