STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — We had a little May Gray in February yesterday with a marine layer that was well entrenched throughout the LA Basin and even into our valleys.
There is a very weak frontal boundary moving through the area this morning and it is doing a good job of scouring out the low clouds. We will still wake up with some clouds this morning, but we should get better clearing through the day. That may bump the temperature up a degree or two, but we will still be hovering in the low 60s…well below average for this time of year.
Some beach communities could still be stuck in the clouds for most of the day.
We are still watching the storm system that is expected to arrive late tomorrow night and run through Friday. Not much has changed with this system…it is still moisture starved, cold and has some decent dynamics. That’s going to translate into scattered light showers, low snow levels down to 3000′ and a slight chance for a thunderstorm.
The National Weather Service has indicated that a Winter Weather Advisory may be needed. We will keep you updated.
Deserts- mid 60s