A ridge of high pressure will start building into the region Monday giving us partly to mostly cloudy skies with temperatures into the upper 60s.
The storm has arrived, and it’s living up to its promise. The first wave of heavy rain has passed, now it’s just a steady stream of moisture moving into the area.
So this first wave moved in just as we forecasted. Don’t be fooled when the sun comes out for a bit Thursday, storm 2 is still on track. This second storm will have quite a punch, especially Friday morning.
The two storms are still are on track for Wednesday afternoon, there are just some minor changes in timing and totals.
The stage is still set for a busy end of the week “weather wise.” The first storm looks like it will move through the area from late Wednesday into early Thursday. Temps will most certainly drop from Tuesday through the end of the week.
Look for general clearing conditions through the day. Temperatures will be similar to Sunday, but maybe a degree or two warmer.
Look for more clearing skies Wednesday with temps still running below average topping out in the low to mid 60s.
The cooler breezy weather continues for Southern California. Temperatures are running about 4 to 6 degrees below average Tuesday.
Wednesday will still be nice with temperatures hovering in the mid to upper 70s. Everything changes Thursday as the ridge of high pressure is knocked down and a wave of energy moves through causing a slight chance of drizzle and temperatures below average.
An off-shore flow continues to bring gusty winds and high fire danger Tuesday. Temperatures to be in the upper 70s to low 80s.
High wind warnings and advisories are in effect for most of the viewing area. Temperatures will be above average in the upper 70s to low 80s.
The low clouds and fog Thursday morning will eventually clear out, but daytime highs will top out a little cooler than Wednesday.
Rain likely won’t put a damper on the big USC-UCLA football game, but Rose Bowl officials urged the 90,000-plus fans to bring ponchos and other rain gear as umbrellas wouldn’t be allowed inside the stadium.
A spring storm that battered Northern California Saturday continues to move south, dumping snow in the mountains above Los Angeles and bringing big waves to beaches.
A cold winter storm moved into the Southland Saturday, bringing heavy showers, high winds and snow to parts of the region.