Some of the coldest air of the year is descending into Southern California.
Forecast still on track for some of the coldest weather of the season for Southern California. A cold front will rip across the area for the next 24 hours.
Temperatures will once again shoot above average Monday by several degrees, and the off-shore flow is helping to keep us dry and sunny.
The chances for rain on your holiday have diminished to a drizzle. It now appears the low that has been threatening us all week will remain off-shore for Thursday and Friday.
Temperatures will be about five or six degrees above average.
Enjoy the first part of the work week because Monday and Tuesday will be wonderful days with temperatures running 4 to 6 degrees above average.
The light showers started falling overnight. We can expect more of the same over the next 48 hours as this upper level low slowly drifts through the region.
Temperatures will run four to six degrees below average through Thursday.
Temperatures will stay cool over the weekend.
After a very warm Wednesday, things are cooling down.
The clouds from yesterday have mostly cleared out, so look for an abundance of sunshine today.
We will see daytime highs above average into the 70s and 80s.
Look for a nice day with some high clouds. Temperatures will run just a little bit above average. There is a warming trend through the middle of the week, then cooler by the end of the week.
Warm weather continues just cooler than yesterday. The marine layer will return over the weekend.
Look for a nice mild afternoon with temperatures running well above average. We will see 80s in the LA Basin and in our valleys.