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.
Cloudy skies Thursday with temperatures well above average.
Mostly cloudy skies Wednesday with above average temperatures.
A plume of moisture surging from the south will bring the threat of sprinkles through the day and steady rainfall by the evening.
Expect to see sunny skies as we close out the work week. It will be a warm and windy weekend!
There will be some gusty winds Thursday morning and temperatures should bump into the upper 70s.
We have a healthy marine layer once again this morning. However, with an increasing off-shore flow, the clouds should be pushed out through the day.
There’s some coastal dense fog Tuesday morning with mostly cloudy skies expected throughout the day and temps should top out in the upper 60s to low 70s.
A freeze warning was in effect Friday morning as the Southland continues to experience frigid temperatures.
Expect mostly cloudy skies through the day Friday. By the afternoon, that weak frontal boundary passes and there is the very slight chance at a shower.
It looks like mother nature may be ready to turn off the faucet for a little while.
Look for cool temperatures Wednesday and a slight chance for a shower throughout the day.
The light rain will begin later this afternoon through northern reaches of Ventura County and then that light warm front rain will spread into the LA area.
Look for mellow conditions Wednesday with temperatures once again above average and increasing cloudiness throughout the day.