A Pacific storm system will bring rain and snow to Southern California Tuesday, but the weather is expected to clear out by Wednesday, National Weather Service forecaster said.
Last week, Gov. Jerry Brown stood in dry brown grass at a site normally covered in snow this time of year and declared the drought conditions gripping the state at its worst point in decades.
A cold front brought rain and snow to Southern California for a second day Monday.
More rain is expected for the Southland Monday after a weekend storm that brought .70 inches.
There is just a little patchy fog this morning. It should burn off sometime before 9 a.m. We will have some cooling today with a stronger on-shore flow.
Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
There’s a few very light and very scattered showers streaming through the area Friday morning.
Expect some warm temperatures Saturday.
There’s a late season system drifting through the west coast Tuesday. This is translating into some windy conditions in the high desert as well as a few light showers for some foothill communities.
The change in weather has arrived, and temperatures have been knocked down nearly 20 degrees in 48 hours.
We are definitely in the midst of a strong Santa Ana event here in Southern California. The winds relaxed a bit overnight, but they are setting up to howl again today.
One UCLA economist warned “dismal” job growth data could see Southern California go the way of “Victorian England.”
Look for a cool start to this work week with temperatures running just a touch below average.
Get ready for more wet weather as this low pressure system spins in more rain and showers.
A big storm system is still on track for Southern California later this week.