There’s still a chance for a light scattered shower Thursday, but look for slight warming and consistent temperatures into the weekend.
Expect widespread scattered showers throughout the day Wednesday.
Things are settling down after a busy day Tuesday. Rainfall totals are in the ballpark of 1-inch for the Los Angeles-area.
Except a few lingering clouds, Monday should be dry and slightly warmer.
Look for highs 10 to 15 degrees above average Wednesday and Thursday.
Red flag warnings are still in effect through Wednesday. Expect temperatures into the 80s. yeah
There are pretty good Santa Ana winds brewing Monday morning.
We had a little punch to the overnight system, however, it was only for a few localized communities.
A system moving into the Southland will keep us partly cloudy through the day Thursday and bring us a shot at moisture overnight and early Friday morning.
Temps will be down a few degrees and will top out in the upper 60s and low 70s Wednesday.
Expect some warmer weather Tuesday as a ridge of high pressure bumps into Southern California.
The off-shore flow remains in effect through Tuesday, which will keep things dry and warmer.
Expect another cooler day with temperatures running 5 to 7 degrees below seasonal averages.
A wave of energy is moving into the west coast Thursday morning as the on-shore flow and cool conditions continue.
There will be thick marine layer across the region Wednesday morning, which should break up by the afternoon. Look for more of the same as a short wave of energy moves through the area.