Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Nov. 29)
STUDIO CITY (CBS2) — The first part of a three-wave storm moved through the Southland overnight and we’re still experiencing some light showers.
The timing of this first frontal boundary was fairly accurate. The showers will continue through the day, but they will be sporadic and spread out throughout the area. We shouldn’t pick up more than another .10″ to .20″.
While the forecast will call for drier weather tomorrow morning, there will be a chance for a scattered shower at any time through Sunday.
The second wave of moisture moves through late Friday. However, just like this system, the front loses a lot of its punch as it rounds Point Conception in Santa Barbara County.
I am expecting the rain totals on round two to be a little less than this first wave. Again, there will be a general break on Saturday (with the sporadic and scattered shower chance) before the last wave moves through on Sunday.
This one has the potential to bring a little more rainfall. We could see some slightly larger rain totals than this first system. By Monday, we turn it around very quickly as a ridge of high pressure builds in.
The Heavy Surf Advisory kicks in today and runs through Saturday.