A broad trough remains parked over the west coast with a wave of energy moving through it. That is translating into a decent marine layer Monday morning thick enough to even work out some light drizzle.
There are some patchy low clouds and fog in the coastal plain Monday morning but otherwise we are looking at a clear start to the day.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf was arrested again Monday, just days after he posted bail on similar charges that he burglarized a home and stole prescription drugs, authorities said.
Look for daytime highs to top out in the upper 50s to low 60s.
A storm Monday will bring rain, winds and low snow levels to the Southland.
Several waves of energy are moving through the west coast, each one will kick up some clouds, generate gusty winds, and could possibly give us a little shower.
The Southland will see increasing high clouds out ahead of our next storm system. That low pressure center is up to the north currently,however by Tuesday it will be in our neck of the woods.
Expect rain some time after 6 a.m. and it will stretch into the late morning. We are looking at about .30″ to .75″ of rain.
Los Angeles libraries will once again be open on Mondays after budget cuts prompted the city to close all 73 of them once a week last summer.
After a gloomy weekend in the Southland, we are preparing for some warmer temperatures to start off the new work week.
Look for just some patchy low clouds Monday with clear skies inland.
Angelenos can expect cloudy skies and cooler temperatures to start the week.
It’s going to feel a little more like March than May as rain is in the forecast this week.
Angelenos can expect warmer temperatures Monday as a high pressure continues to build.