It looks like a nice start to the work week. High pressure along with an off-shore flow will keep temperatures above average Monday.
Temperatures will warm to average or even above average levels.
The deep freeze continues, although most spots will be a tiny bit warmer overnight.
After another cold morning, our daytime highs today will once again be well below seasonal averages.
Expect mostly sunny skies today and clear skies Thursday night, which will mean another cold morning Wednesday.
Some of the coldest air of the year is descending into Southern California.
Forecast still on track for some of the coldest weather of the season for Southern California. A cold front will rip across the area for the next 24 hours.
Southern California’s Black Friday has become shades of gray, and dripping wet.
The upper level low that traveled down the coast all week is now hovering to the Southwest.
The chances for rain on your holiday have diminished to a drizzle. It now appears the low that has been threatening us all week will remain off-shore for Thursday and Friday.
With so much air traffic, airports everywhere can easily become congested with travelers, and after hundreds of flights were cancelled on Sunday and Monday at Dallas-Fort Worth due to troublesome weather, travel conditions in other parts of the country may continue to deteriorate.
Enjoy the first part of the work week because Monday and Tuesday will be wonderful days with temperatures running 4 to 6 degrees above average.
The light showers started falling overnight. We can expect more of the same over the next 48 hours as this upper level low slowly drifts through the region.
Temperatures will run four to six degrees below average through Thursday.
After a very warm Wednesday, things are cooling down.