A series of rainy days may be in store for southwest Riverside County.
A 30 percent chance of rain was forecast after 4 p.m. Wednesday, increasing to an 80 percent chance after 10 p.m. and throughout the day Thursday, according to the latest information available from the National Weather Service.
"Parts of the West Coast will experience a very prolonged wet period beginning on Wednesday, as a series of strong storms bring rain and mountain snow to the region..." NWS said in a statement.
Rainfall amounts of 6-12 inches were forecast, with flooding possible across the region.
Temperatures for southwest Riverside County were expected to be in the high 60s during the day and in the 40s at night.
The forecast indicated the wet weather was expected to taper off by Monday.