Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Jan. 29)

STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The atmosphere has dried out and we are starting to see the off-shore flow develop.

This pattern is translating into a cold morning throughout the area. Frost advisories are in effect through 9 a.m.

Daytime highs, however, will be on the rise for the rest of the week. There is a ridge of high pressure nudging in behind the trough (the one that gave us the rain). As this high develops, we are also seeing gusty winds. It is for this reason the wind advisory will continue until noon today.

We can expect temperatures to reach average levels by tomorrow and we will be above average for Thursday and Friday.

There is a cut-off low that is going to pinch off as it rounds the ridge of high pressure. Right now, it looks like that pressure center will hold off in the Pacific until the weekend, when it’s expected to make its move. It will start pumping moisture into the area and there is the chance for light showers starting late Saturday into Sunday.

There is a bigger low pressure center that will drop down the coast next week, however, it is unclear if this will be a big rain maker.

Coast-low 60s
Basin-mid 60s
Valleys-low 60s
Mountains-mid 40s
Deserts-mid 50s

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