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Rain, Cooler Temperatures Expected In Santa Clarita Weather Forecast 

The first rain of the “water year” in the Santa Clarita weather forecast is bringing up to three-quarters of an inch of precipitation and cooler temperatures, officials said Tuesday.  

Rain showers are expected to start Tuesday evening and last into early Thursday, said Keily Delerme, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.   

“We are expecting between a quarter and three-quarters of an inch,” Delerme said. 

This rain event is the first of the water year, a term commonly used in hydrology to describe a time period of 12 months for which precipitation totals are measured, according to officials. 

“The water year is from Oct. 1, (2019) to Sept. 30, (2020),” Delerme said.

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Although rain is in the forecast, showers are expected to be off and on with no major downpours, according to officials. 

There are no major concerns for the recent burn areas affected by the Tick Fire in Canyon Country, according to officials. 

Free sandbags and sand are available at most Los Angeles County Fire stations within the Santa Clarita Valley, according to fire officials. 

Snow levels are expected to remain in the higher elevations and are not expected to affect the Grapevine, according to officials.    

“At this point, snow levels are expected to be over the 5,500-foot level,” Delerme said.  

After the rain moves out, temperatures are expected to remain cool before warming back up into the 70s by the beginning of next week, Delerme said.

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About Louie Diaz

Louie was born and raised in Santa Clarita. At the age of two Louie lost his vision due to a brain tumor. However, Louie doesn't let blindness stop him from doing what ever it is he wants to accomplish. Growing up some of his favorite hobbies were wood working, fishing and riding bikes. Louie graduated from College of the Canyon in December of 2017, with a Broadcast Journalism degree. Growing up Louie has always wanted to be a fire fighter or a police officer, but because of his blindness Louie knew that wouldn't work. Louie has always loved listening to police and fire radio traffic, using a scanner, and he figured if he was going to listen to the scanner so much, he should do something with it.