Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Nov. 26)
STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — Enjoy this gorgeous Tuesday!
Temperatures will be about five or six degrees above average. High pressure peaks early and starts to break down.
There will be some high clouds that overrun the ridge, but it will still be nice nevertheless.
With the high breaking down and some more clouds in the forecast, I’m going with slightly cooler temps for tomorrow. However, it will still be nice for traveling around Southern California and even the Southwest.
Thursday’s storm is getting fuzzy. The latest forecast models all have the low tracking a little farther to the west and that will mean less rainfall (if any at all).
The problem with this system are the minor fluctuations in the placement of that low will make major impacts on the forecast, so if it tracks west we will be mostly dry. If it tracks ever so slightly to the east we could pick up some of that rainfall.
I’m going with my gut on this and I think this is going to be a relatively dry event.
If we get any rain, it will be very light and it will be later on Thursday into early Friday. I don’t think this will wash out anyone’s holiday plans at all.
This won’t be a big snow maker as snow levels should remain above 6,500 feet. However, I will keep you updated if something shifts in the next 24 hours.
We should have a pleasant weekend, although, there is the chance for some gusty winds.
Basin -mid 70s
Beaches – low 70s
Valleys – mid to upper 70s
Mountains – low 50s
Deserts – mid 60s