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The last of a Pacific frontal system is crossing the south coast overnight Friday, bringing more rain, or the chance of wet snow at higher elevations.
Skies will begin clearing late afternoon Saturday, as the rain eases to showers.
Look for sunny skies Sunday and Monday, as a weak ridge of high pressure moves over the region.
With the clear skies, temperatures will drop closer to freezing, and there is a chance of flurries late in the day on Jan. 1, 2019, before rain returns on the 2nd.
Veronica Cooper has your long range forecast.