Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Nov. 29)
(CBSLA.com) — The upper level low that traveled down the coast all week is now hovering to the Southwest. A few waves of moisture are surging through the area, but it is only translating into drizzle and spots of very light rain.
We can expect those chances to continue through the early part of the day, then diminish into the afternoon.
Temperatures will hover near seasonal averages. The clouds should clear by tomorrow as an off-shore flow sets up. Temperatures will warm several degrees tomorrow and Sunday. Monday should be nice as well, although just a little cooler.
Then through the middle of the week, things get interesting.
There is a cold core upper level low moving down the coast and it will turn into a broad trough along the west coast by the end of the week. Right now the rain chances are in question, as the low could move through the area as an inside slider. We’ll have to wait and see what happens.
Basin – low 70s
Beaches – low 70s
Valleys – low to mid 70s
Mountains – mid 40s
Deserts – low 60s