STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — We’ve got one more day of pleasant weather for Southern California.
The off-shore flow still dominates today and we will see our temperatures running 5 to 7 degrees above average for this time of year.
We will see some high clouds pass through the area today. By this evening we transition back to an on-shore flow…with temperatures dropping down tomorrow ahead of a trough that is spinning up over the Pacific.
We will have increasing cloudiness on Thursday and by Friday morning, the trough moves into the area bringing with a a chance for scattered showers.
There are three distinct impulses moving through this trough from late Thursday to late Sunday. The first wave of energy moves through Friday…the second on Saturday…and the third on Sunday. While the rain totals are not very impressive, we will be unsettled for about 72 hours.
By Monday and Tuesday…we will dry out and warm up.