STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The weather pattern will be changing up for the next few days, so pull out those sweaters you’ve been dying to wear!
Wednesday will still be nice with temperatures hovering in the mid to upper 70s. The off-shore flow really hasn’t kicked in, so daytime highs are not up quite as much as initially thought, but temps are still well above average by nearly 10 degrees in some cases.
Everything changes Thursday as the ridge of high pressure is knocked down. There is a wave of energy moving through and it could translate into some light spotty drizzle.
Look for mostly cloudy skies, than varying cloudiness through the day. The best chances for any drizzle will be later. Don’t look for much more than a trace of rain on this round.
Winds will kick up, which is why a high wind watch has been issued for the Inland Empire Mountains. It starts Wednesday night and runs through early Friday.
There is another wave of energy moving through Sunday, however most of the energy will remain off-shore, so rain chances are nil. Temperatures starting Thursday will be dipping below average through at least Tuesday. Look for highs running about 5 to 7 degrees below average.
Basin – mid to upper 70s
Beaches – low 70s
Valleys – upper 70s to low 80s
Mountains – low 60s
Deserts – low 70s