Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Nov. 30)
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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The steady stream of moisture continues to pump into the west coast.
The frontal boundary to swing through the massive trough in the Pacific will be later this afternoon and evening. We can expect the possibility of showers through the day…picking up to steady rain by the evening.
The Upper level low that is acting as an engine pulling up the tropical moisture is nearly stationary this morning. Northern California seems to be getting the brunt of this system. San Luis Obispo County and Santa Barbara County are also getting decent amounts of rain.
Rainfall amounts for this first round of rain are right on target. We are looking at about .10″ to .30″. We will probably pick up another .10″ to .25″ by this time tomorrow. The last wave of rain will be Sunday…expect more of the same.
It should remain relatively cloudy and showery from now until the end of the weekend. As far as advisories go…we still have a heavy surf advisory for all coastal cities. We also have a dense fog advisory for Orange County and portions of the Inland Empire.