Temperatures this week hit the mid-70s to low-80s, but that burst of summer weather will fade into more gray skies — and, yes, rain.

Long Beach has already exceeded this year’s average annual rainfall, with more than 20 inches measured since Oct. 1. The city is expected to get another quarter-inch or so of rain Friday to Sunday when a colder system from the north moves into the area.


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Temperatures will fall below normal — in the low 60s — Friday to Sunday, with overcast conditions expected to begin Friday.

There’s a 30% chance of rain Friday night and Saturday, with a chance of showers on Sunday.

Temperatures are expected to creep back up to the high-60s Monday and Tuesday, with warmer weather possible later next week.