Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (June 12)
STUDIO CITY (CBS) — We are waking up to low clouds once again this morning. However, we can expect a burn-off similar to yesterday.
Temperatures will be similar at the beach and in the coastal plain. We may see a couple of degrees of warming inland. We won’t be too far off from seasonal averages.
There is a trough along the West Coast that will become more defined over the next couple of days. It will deepen for the rest of the week, which means there will be a persistent marine layer pattern for the next few days.
By Thursday, we could even see some stratus clouds into the Santa Clarita Valley. That will cool us down a few degrees.
By the weekend, the models are in disagreement. There is a possibility that the low will cut off to the south and a ridge of high pressure will nose in from the Pacific. This would set us up for a warm, dry wind event and could translate into high fire danger. It is way out there and the confidence is pretty low, but I’m watching for that.
Beaches – low 70s
Basin – mid to upper 70s
Valleys – low 90s
Deserts – upper 90s
Mountains – upper 70s