Expect some unsettled weather the next couple of days. Tuesday should be the coolest of the week, then it will gradually warm up.
A red flag warning remained in effect for much of the Southland Wednesday.
Angelenos were being warned Tuesday of a potentially dangerous rattlesnake infestation across the Southland.
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.
Despite some patchy clouds this morning … it has been a beautiful Easter Sunday.
While temperatures will drop a few degrees Wednesday, they will still remain well above average.
Temperatures are running 10 to 15 degrees above average for this time of year.
The wild weather sweeping into the Southland this week downed power lines in Sunland, leaving hundreds of residents without electricity.
The next round of rain will be Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. The center of the low pressure system will bring a chance of brief heavy downpours and a thunderstorm.
Look for a cool start to this work week with temperatures running just a touch below average.
Temperatures Tuesday will be similar to Monday but maybe a touch warmer with the off-shore flow.
Very hot temperatures have descended on the Southland.
It may happen later than Californians want, but a major climate system known as El Niño could have a big impact on the state’s drought.