- Associated Press - Tuesday, January 12, 2016

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Southern California has warmed under sunny skies after weak offshore flow pushed out clouds, but the scenic vistas of snow-capped mountains from last week’s storms will be short-lived.

The National Weather Service says a front will push through the area Wednesday, bringing rain to the Central Coast but little more than cloud cover to the south.

Forecasters say that even where it does rain it will be only a tenth of an inch to a quarter-inch.

The forecast also calls for gusty winds in some areas, particularly the Interstate 5 corridor.

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