Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (May 21)
STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The high pressure that bathed us in sunshine yesterday and encouraged an off-shore flow is now drifting back to the west.
An upper-level low is dropping into the West Coast and will replace that warm weather. The low and trough will kick up a strong on-shore flow. This will mean cloud cover rolling inland.
Coastal areas are already getting a little taste of low cloud cover, but by tomorrow, the marine layer becomes more prominent.
It appears the on-shore flow will stay in place for at least seven days, maybe even more. That’s going to keep our temperature down a bit and stick us with the “May Gray” for a little while.
Get ready for the same pattern: clouds in the morning with later clearing and hazy sunshine.
Basin – upper 70s
Beaches – low to mid 70s
Valleys – upper 80s
Mountains – upper 60s
Deserts – low 90s