LA County gets light rainfall heading into weekend

View of Hollywood from Silver Lake after light showers Saturday. An earlier storm dumped an inch of rain and a foot of snow in Northern California. Miguel Contreras/KPCC

The storm that's rolling through Los Angeles on Friday might make morning commutes a little more complicated, but it's expected to taper off by the afternoon.

"Rainfall totals through the afternoon will not exceed one quarter inch in most areas," said Tom Fisher of the National Weather Service.
That makes this storm considerably lighter than the storm systems that drenched the region in January. 

Local officials have these wet weather tips for the public:

The full Decker Road closure in Malibu has been extended through Tuesday night for storm damage repair, KNX reports. 

And a high surf advisory is in effect for L.A. and Orange Counties until Saturday evening.

More rain is heading this way for Monday, but that storm is expected to be a warmer with more rainfall and some snow.

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