will douse Los Angeles Wednesday night, generating gusty winds and a small chance of thunderstorms.
National Weather Service forecasters are predicting the heaviest rainfall to come late Wednesday night. The storm may linger into Thursday morning, making the rush hour commute a likely slog.
Preliminary rainfall estimates are for between between a half-inch and an inch of rain in Los Angeles.
"The rain is expected to taper to showers later Wednesday night with mainly a slight chance of showers lingering into Thursday," they said.
The snow level is expected to lower to 6,000 feet with a few inches of snow possible, according to the Weather Service.
Temperatures across the Southland will remain cooler than normal through Thursday then a ridge of high pressure is expected to kick off a warming trend on Friday through early next week.