STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — We are still under the influence of a small ridge of high pressure. That will continue to keep us at or slightly above average.
There are still some high clouds in the forecast this morning…along with scattered patchy fog. There is a dense fog advisory for portions of Orange County and Ventura County until 9 a.m.
A cold front is approaching the west coast and will move through later today and tomorrow. This will increase the cloud cover for the Southland and will translate into some gusty winds for the Antelope Valley.
Otherwise we can basically expect a mix of high clouds and sunshine with moderate temperatures through the rest of the week. By Sunday a trough will dive into the Great Basin while a ridge of high pressure nudges over from the Pacific. The result could be a significant cold Santa Ana event. We will have to watch this carefully…even with the rain we had…it could translate into a high fire danger event.
Basin-upper 60s to low 70s
Valleys-low to mid 70s