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Easter Sunday could be rainy, forecasters say

March 27, 2013|By Cindy Chang

Easter Sunday could be on the wet side for Southern California as a low-pressure system moves through the region.

The chance of rain is 30% to 50% for Sunday. Morning church services could be affected, but the rain could also hold off until the afternoon, said Kathy Hoxsie, a National Weather Service meteorologist.

The rain is not expected to be heavy, but umbrellas might still be needed to protect Easter hats. High temperatures will be in the low to upper 60s, with lows in the mid-50s. The wet weather could continue through Tuesday morning.

“We’re looking at kind of like what we’ve been having all this season, where most areas should get wet, but most of it should be light and not raining all day long,” Hoxsie said.

Temperatures for the rest of the week should remain in the mid-60s to low 70s for the highs and in the low to mid-60s on the lower end, with fog along the coast and haze in the valleys, Hoxsie said.


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