Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (April 1)
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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — A large upper level is now spinning its way through Northern California as it makes a trip east.
The only effects of this system were a couple of light scattered showers from San Luis Obispo to Santa Barbara. However that wet weather ended last night.
This morning we are waking up to some patchy low clouds mostly in the coastal plain. There are clear skies in the valley. However, as the system continues to push to the east, we will see our skies clear out through the day.
There is a ridge of high pressure building in behind this system. That’s going to translate into some warmer weather as we head into the middle of this week. Temperatures should already be a little bit above average as early as tomorrow in some spots.
We will peak on Wednesday, then things start to cool down again. Right now the long range models give us another chance at rain late Sunday next week into Monday. However, I am not holding my breath.
Basin – upper 60s
Beaches – low to mid 60s
Valleys – low 70s
Mountains – low 50s
Deserts – upper 60s