Warm and nice in the Southland.Temps cool slightly over the weekend, but it looks like we will remain dry for Super Bowl Sunday and beyond.
This weekend marks the eighth annual ‘Museums Free-For-All’ across Southern California.
Jessica Chastain easily out-muscled Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mark Wahlberg over the weekend, topping the box office with both her supernatural horror film “Mama” and the Oscar-nominated Osama bin Laden hunt thriller “Zero Dark Thirty.”
The winds of diminished and the temperatures, while cold, are staying above an advisory level. So this is what you would call a spectacular Southern California day.
We’ve got another cold start on this Friday morning. While the wind advisories have expired we are still looking at 40s and 30s for our inland cities.
We can expect gusty winds through the day. The Wind Advisory remains in effect…for a good portion of the viewing area through 2 p.m. today.
Dry weather through the weekend…with temps at or above average through Tuesday. Some gusty winds today in the Santa Clarita Valley…more widespread winds Sunday into next week.
We can expect the possibility of showers through the day…picking up to steady rain by the evening.
Chance for showers today, tomorrow, and Sunday…light and scattered. Totals around .50″ by the end of the weekend.
Gusty winds throughout the morning. The worst of the wind affecting mountains and foothill communities as well as the Santa Clarita Valley. Warmer temperatures through the weekend into the mid to upper 80s.
We can expect some cooler weather today by a couple of degrees. There will be plenty of cumulus clouds leftover from the storm and there may be a passing stray shower.
Expect a similar day to yesterday. Mild conditions with partly cloudy skies. Things warm up into the weekend…with very warm and dry conditions Sunday through Tuesday.
Another warm day with sunny skies and an off-shore flow. The cool down kicks in over the weekend with a thicker marine layer as a trough moves into the west coast.
A portion of the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass will be closed this weekend due to the ongoing improvement project.
An approaching upper level trough was supposed to cool us down, but it doesn’t look like we are tapping into that on-shore flow all that much.