A storm will bring cold and rain to southern California on Thanksgiving

Aurelia Ventura / Impremedia / La Opinion

Southern California is forecasted another storm that is expected to bring cold temperatures and more rain on Thanksgiving.

An extended forecast from the National Meteorological Service (NWS) shows that the rain will arrive on Wednesday with a maximum of 50 degrees F and up to two inches of rain, which will run until Thursday.

Thanksgiving celebrations will also be announced with thunderstorms and up to an inch of rain in Los Angeles and Orange counties.

Friday will begin to clear, but the chances of more rain will persist.

In the meantime, up to five feet of snow are forecast for the Sierra Nevada mountains in northern California for Wednesday.

Heavy rains can also cause travel headaches, greatly reducing visibility and causing slippery roads due to the greasy residue left on the roads during a prolonged dry climate.

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