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Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Dec. 10)

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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The off-shore flow continues this morning…with clear skies inland…however that off-shore flow has not been able to mix out some clouds at the beach.

We can expect gusty winds throughout the day, however those gusts should stay just below advisory criteria in LA County. A wind advisory remains in place for Orange County and the Inland Empire.

Where it is clear this morning (and there is no wind)…you can expect a chilly start with radiational cooling in place. Expect daytime highs to pop up a bit for today and tomorrow with that off-shore flow. The dry conditions have prompted a Red Flag Warning as well.

By Wednesday everything changes: a trough will drop down into the Southland and we can expect the possibility of rain and snow late Wednesday into early Thursday morning. The cold core of this low is going to target right over Southern California and we could see snow levels dropping down to 4000′.

If you are planning any travel to the north…be prepared for trouble Thursday morning.

Coast-low 70s
Basin-low 70s
Valleys-low to mid 70s
Mountains-upper 40s
Deserts-low 60s

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