Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Nov. 9)

STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The trough and cold front responsible for the rain in the past 24 hours is bottoming out this morning. We will have a chance for widely scattered rainfall in variable amounts.

With the trough overhead this morning…and the best dynamics in place today…there is a chance for a thunderstorm or two. Rainfall amounts so far are roughly .08″ or less. I suspect by the time this event is over, we will be up at about 10.” to 15″.

Snow levels are starting out today at 5000′, however they will drop through the day to 3000′. That would put snow on the Grapevine. We could see an 1″ to 1 1/2″. Right now there are no advisories, but the NWS it is possible a Winter Weather Advisory could be issued.

The chance for scattered showers diminishes tomorrow. We should be dry and clear by Sunday. As far as temperatures go, we are going to be well below normal for this time of year. Temperatures will top out in the 60s. By tomorrow night, with the clear skies and lack of wind, overnight lows could bottom out near freezing in some favorable inland locations.

Coast-low 60s
Basin-mid 60s
Valleys-low 60s
Mountains-upper 30s
Deserts-mid 55s

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