LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Southern California was expected to endure another round of wet weather Wednesday after a storm system brought a mix of rain, hail and thunderstorms to parts of the region.

Thunderstorms in the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys resulted in hail, high winds and dangerous lightning Tuesday night.

A strong thunderstorm also moved through Ventura County near Fillmore.


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Many areas, especially Orange County, saw heavy rainfall Tuesday along with lightning.

Long Beach got more than a half-inch of rain, breaking a 31-year-old record.

Forecasters say there's a chance of rain and gusty winds into Wednesday.

Los Angeles and Ventura Counties could see thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service.

The storm system is expected to move out of the Los Angeles area by Thursday, with a continued chance of rain in the mountains.