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.
Spring is arriving with the Pacific Northwest measuring near record-low-snowfall, and much of the rest of the West below average.
Scattered rain and snowfall continued across the Southland Monday.
Heavy rain from a late winter storm hit Los Angeles and Ventura counties on Sunday afternoon while the Southland’s mountains picked up a significant amount of snow from a late winter storm that promised more precipitation as the night wore on.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory that includes heavy rain and now in the forecast on Saturday.
A rain storm is headed in towards the Southland this weekend and weather forecasters predict that will leave a blanket of snow in the mountain areas.
Low clouds and patchy fog Friday morning. Scattered rain and snow on the way.
Dry and nice Wednesday with daytime highs above average again.
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.
Southland residents were caught unawares Friday afternoon when the warm sun suddenly gave way to downpours and, in some areas, lightning.
There’s a chance of a few more showers throughout the day but look for generally drying conditions with cooler temps.
A plume of moisture surging from the south will bring the threat of sprinkles through the day and steady rainfall by the evening.
Recent rainfall may not be enough to cut short the statewide drought, according to a new report.