LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A red flag warning, indicating high fire danger, has been lifted for the mountains and deserts of Los Angeles County.
A low pressure system initially threatened much of Southern California with scattered thunderstorms, but it has moved farther northeast than anticipated, instead drenching towns near the California border to Nevada and Arizona, the National Weather Service said.
A red flag warning in Pasadena was cancelled just before 10 a.m. while the alert for the entire county expired at 5 p.m.
The forecast for the end of the week calls for an end to thunderstorm threat along with slightly below normal temperatures through the weekend.
Red Flag Warning: Fire Danger from Lightning Strikes, Winds
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