Light rain doused the Southland again today in the early morning, but a spell of dry weather is about to start.
There is a slight chance of some measurable precipitation north of Los Angeles on Thursday, said National Weather Service meteorologist Kathy Hoxsie, but no real rain is in the region's immediate future after this morning.
The last several days of wet weather have resulted from a Pacific storm that produced four distinct bands of precipitation, the last of which will be moving east today, Hoxsie said.
Since Wednesday, downtown L.A. has had just under an inch of rain, LAX had 1.18 inch and Mount Wilson had .66 of an inch, but Opids Camp, another Los Angeles County mountain locale, had 2.87 inches, she said.
Temperatures will remain mild today, as they have been throughout the rainy period. Highs will be around 68 in Woodland Hills. Temperatures will rise by up to four degrees Tuesday before generally retreating back a bit on Friday. Over the week, conditions will be mostly sunny in Woodland Hills.