Witches, goblins, gremlins and zombies were all out Friday evening.
Potentially damaging winds are forecast for parts the Southland Sunday, including the mountains and high desert.
It will be a cool and cloudy start to your Monday, as a thickened marine layer may bring patchy drizzle.
Heavy cloud cover and dense fog could bring morning drizzle to coastal Southern California through Monday, but a warm work week is forecast.
A wave of energy that moved through late Monday night gave us an average of .01″ of rain. There was also about a half-inch of snow up in the higher elevations.
Look for clear skies this morning, with just a few spots of patchy fog.
Light rain and gusty winds are expected across the Southland Monday.
Forecasters Saturday are predicting a foggy morning and afternoon highs in the low 70s as Southern California’s summer in January comes to an end.
The current scattered light drizzle is predicted to morph into scattered showers and possibly even thunderstorms by Monday, forecasters said Saturday.