LOS ANGELES - Rain is back in the Southern California forecast - so don't put your umbrella away just yet.
According to the National Weather Service, the threat of thunderstorms and showers is possible Sunday night with a chance for showers extending to Monday morning.
Any thunderstorms that develop could produce heavy rain, gusty winds, small hail, and dangerous lightning.
The NWS said there is a low threat for isolated flash flooding in creeks and over low water crossings, especially in mountain areas.
While this system is expected to clear by Monday afternoon, another low-level pressure system is forecast to move into the area by midweek, with a slight chance of afternoon/evening thunderstorms in some areas Wednesday and Thursday.
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