The sun will bake the Southland again Monday, creating an “elevated fire danger,” according to the National Weather Service.
High winds have toppled several trees throughout the Southland, damaging several vehicles and knocking out electricity to hundreds in the Santa Clarita Valley.
A winter storm is driving towards the Southland. Rain on tap for tomorrow…scattered showers through the day. Very low snow levels down to 2500′ on Friday. There is a Winter Weather Advisory that starts up tonight at midnight.
Winds up to 50 mph are adding to California’s big chill misery, as residents bundle up in record cold.
A cold storm will bring windy and wet weather to the Southland Thursday.
Rain is expected to move into the Southland as early as Sunday.
The rain Monday morning will taper off. As we make our way through the mid-morning, the cold front pushes west, and the moisture will move along with it.
A cold snap moved through Southern California Monday morning.
A cold front passing today will keep us cool. We’ll see partial clearing this afternoon. There is a chance for rain to the north. Warming and drying for the weekend.
Cooler weather today and tomorrow with some more marine layer. Temperatures will be warmer for the weekend.
The National Weather Service has issued a dense fog advisory for a stretch of California coast running from Los Angeles to San Luis Obispo.
The National Weather Service Thursday issued a wind advisory as Santa Ana winds increased.
Windy conditions next few days. Wind Advisories and Fire Weather Watch for most of the viewing area next few days. Warmer weather on tap, into the 80s by tomorrow.
An off-shore flow and high pressure will mean temperatures could reach the 90s and 100 for the coastal plan and the valleys as well.
A lingering high-pressure system is expected to bring above-average temperatures to the Southland through Tuesday.