STUDIO CITY (CBS) — The persistent marine layer continues for the rest of the week. While there are some clear skies inland Wednesday morning there will be varying amounts of cloudiness around the area throughout the early part of the day.
We can expect another day with temperatures running five to six degrees below average for this time of year. We’ll see some sunshine later in the day.
There is a significant trough affecting Northern California and the Pacific Northwest with rain falling as far south as San Luis Obispo County. By Friday the trough sags far enough to start giving the Southland a chance at showers.
Currently, it looks like Saturday and Sunday could bring a decent amount of rain. It won’t be a major soaker, but we can expect several hours of light to moderate rainfall. There is enough lift in the atmosphere that we could even get a water spout on Sunday along with a thunderstorm and some hail. The snow levels will start out fairly high on Friday, however by Sunday the snow level could drop to 2000′, which would make travel through the Cajon and Tejon pass difficult.
Beaches – low 60s
Basin – low to mid 60s
Valleys – mid 60s
Deserts – mid 60s
Mountains – low 50s