Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (April 24)
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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — With the wind advisories behind us, we turn our eyes to the west and the approaching cut-off low.
The marine layer is back for a repeat performance and beach communities will have a tough time clearing out today. The on-shore flow has strengthened and we will see temperatures drop for the next couple of days.
The cut-off low is expected drift over the border of California and Mexico late tonight into early tomorrow morning. This action will thicken up the cloud cover and give a chance at patchy drizzle and even a light shower. While the likelihood of any convection (t-storms) is slim to none, it’s not a zero chance, so we will watch for it.
Once this system passes to the east we will see a slight warm up to near average levels.
Basin – upper 60s to low 70s
Beaches – mid 60s
Valleys – low 70s
Mountains – low 60s
Deserts – low 80s