Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (May 21)
STUDIO CITY (CBS) — There are some patchy low clouds and fog in the coastal plain Monday morning but otherwise we are looking at a clear start to the day.
Look for temperatures similar to Sunday’s highs with maybe a degree or two of cooling. It will still be pretty warm in our valley cities. The northwest flow will strengthen later Monday and Tuesday which will help to cool us off a little more, but it will kick up the winds.
Look for possible wind advisories to be issued. The areas that will get the worst of it will be up in the Antelope Valley, the Santa Clarita Valley along the I-5 corridor and many mountain and pass communities. This will be a wind event that could last a couple of days. The humidity levels would drop during this time as well so there is the potential for high fire danger.
The National Weather Service issued a special weather statement about the wind event. Otherwise temperatures will hover near average levels for the bulk of the work week.
Beaches low 70s
Basin -mid to upper 70s
Valleys – upper 80s to low 90s
Deserts – mid 90s
Mountains – mid 70s