STUDIO CITY (CBS) — The windy weather should relax later this morning for folks in the high desert and the Santa Clarita Valley, where things have really been ripping.
The battle of this off-shore flow and coastal eddy continues today, but the eddy is a little more extensive this morning.
The marine layer, which is running about 2,500 feet deep, is creeping into portions of the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys.
Thursday will be a cooler day with inland temperatures backing down a bit.
Our eyes are on this cut-off low, which should hit Northern California tonight and drop into the Southland tomorrow.
This is a pretty bizarre system for this time of year, as it has a pretty cold core to it. However, there is no moisture associated with this storm so it will be a fairly dry system. That being said, the marine layer should thicken to 5,000 feet by tomorrow morning, which will give us widespread drizzle.
The system moves out Saturday and we will get some partial clearing. Sunday and Monday look nicer with temps warming a little bit.
Beaches upper 60s
Basin -low 70s
Valleys – upper 70s
Deserts -mid 80s
Mountains – low 70s