STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — We’ve got a cold start to your Thursday.
Frost advisories are in effect for valley areas in LA and Ventura County this morning. That advisory expires at 8 a.m.
We are also seeing some of those fierce winds from yesterday waning. We are going to have a general Northwest flow set up over the next couple of days. That will mean some gusty winds along the I-5 corridor and it will translate into some cool daytime highs.
We probably won’t hit normal temperatures for quite a few days. A shortwave inside slider will move through at some point this morning. We will only see some clouds kicking up as a result along with some good gusts, but that’s about it.
We are nestled in between high pressure to the west and a general trough to the east, systems will continue to move into the west coast along this track, but they should either be too far east or too far north to effect us.
There will be a modest warming trend into the weekend with temperatures topping out in the middle 60s. That’s about 3 to 4 degrees shy of the averages. Look for some better warming late next week.