LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — According to The National Weather Service, a winter storm is expected in Southern California Sunday night through Tuesday morning.
Currently, the storm is forecast to remain further offshore, resulting in noticeable forecast adjustments.READ MORE: Vigil And Call For Justice Held Downtown For Angel De Marcos, Killed In Unsolved Hit-And-Run
There is still potential for further changes in storm track and forecast details next couple of days.READ MORE: WeHo Follow-Home-Robbery Early Saturday Morning Under Investigation By Sheriff's Detectives
Hazardous driving conditions are possible in the mountains and the Antelope Valley, including icy roads and low visibility in blowing snow.
Roadways affected will be Highway 33 in Ventura County, the Interstate 5 through the Grapevine, and highways 14/138 in Los Angeles County.MORE NEWS: Judge Denies LA Firefighter's Union Request For Injunction Against City Vaccine Mandate Enforcement
There will also be rain expected in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, as well as the Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo area.
Updated Rain Totals for Sun Night thru Tue morning for #SoCal.
Storm now forecast to remain bit further offshore, affecting rain totals.
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) December 28, 2019