Cold rainstorms to anchor over Inland Region Thursday through Christmas

Cars make their way up rain-slicked Rancho California Road in Temecula during wet weather in 2019. Will Fritz photo
RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Another round of heavy rainfall will envelope the Inland Empire beginning Thursday and continuing into Christmas Day, as back-to-back fronts sweep in from the north, forecasters said today.According to the National Weather Service, a trough of low pressure hanging off the west coast of Canada will gradually roll across California, dragging “a lot of moisture” in from the eastern Pacific. The first signs of wet weather will be late tonight, but more significant rainfall will begin midday Thursday, with precipitation stretching across the entire region down to the Mexican border, according to prognostication charts published by the NWS. “We are expecting significant precipitation to fall as mostly rain, even over the mountains, late Thursday into Friday,” acco
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