Showers are expected to hit Orange County starting Saturday night and will continue into Sunday, according to forecasters.
Saturday began with overcast skies and scattered drizzling. According to the National Weather Service, the day’s high in the inland areas such as Santa Ana and Anaheim will be 65 degrees and cool off into the low-50s in the evening. Coastal areas like Newport Beach are expected to see lower temperatures, a high of 63 and low of 51.
Forecasters also predicted Saturday night wind gusts as strong as 20 mph in some areas. Showers are expected to arrive Sunday with chances of thunderstorms. Temperatures in most areas will be in the mid-60s during the day and low-50s at night with mostly cloudy skies all around.
Rain may linger until early Monday morning but is expected to let up in the afternoon for partly cloudy skies, gradually clearing for a balmy rest of the week.
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