Hello, sorry about the delay lots of work had to be done this last week. But I should be posting more frequently now!
An upper ridge will bring warmer temperatures for Southern California during the day, though nighttime temperatures will remain sub-freezing through the weekend. There is no forecast of rain in the coming week and drier conditions can be expected, though frost may still be a factor for late night/morning hours (mostly refined to the central coast). Friday may be a bit cooler than the rest of the period as a weak trough comes through then. Next week, daytime temperatures look to reach back into the 80′s! Otherwise, highs in the lower 70′s/upper 60′s, lows in the 40′s/upper 30′s, some locally gusty winds but otherwise light for the most part, and mostly clear skies.
Hello everyone, the cold is here to stay for a little while longer!
A series of cold fronts will continue to bring cold temperatures through the weekend as well bring in morning frost and some rain for Southern California. The coldest will be tonight into tomorrow so be prepared for it and make sure you take of your pets by bringing them inside. Friday night into Saturday will bring in some showers as well as some snow for the higher elevations. Total accumulations seem minimal for the Southland, but hey, it’s something! Things should warm back up by next week. Highs in the lower 60′s/upper 50′s, lows in the lower 40′s/upper 30′s, light winds for the most part, and partly cloudy skies with a chance of rain early this weekend.
Hello everyone, sorry for the lack of updates for weather. It was the holidays and spent my time with family and friends though I hope you enjoyed it as we did have some fun weather this last week!
Interesting weather we have here in Southern California this week as a cold fronts passes through the region bringing sub-freezing temperatures, gusty winds, and a very small chance of isolated showers. Today, things stay relatively ‘warm’ for this time of year thanks to an upper level ridging pattern still over us, but things change tomorrow as a cold front drops temperatures rapidly leading to some chances of light rain for tomorrow night into Wednesday. Sub-freezing temperatures will be expected for interior valleys as well. Highs in the 70′s (60′s/50′s starting tomorrow), lows in the 50′s (40′s/30′s in the coming days), locally gusty winds at times, and partly cloudy skies. Happy December all!
Here’s what’s happening in the weather world for Southern California!
So far totals for rain this period are mostly between a quarter to half an inch. Another system will come in later today/tonight to bring in about the same amount as well as locally gusty winds until it tampers off Saturday morning. Snow levels drop to 5000 feet (even 3500 feet for Antelope valley) and will get around 6 inches of snow. This system has been called a “wet Santa Ana” since there are northwesterly winds but it won’t be all that warm either. Looking into later this weekend/early next week things will be warmer than normal but another system looks to approach the region that it may be a wet Thanksgiving. Highs in the 60′s, lows in the 50′s/upper 40′s, locally gusty winds at times (can be as up to 50 mph for some areas), and cloudy skies with a chance of rain.
Hey everybody! Here’s the forecast for this weekend and early next week!
Low pressure will bring in cooler temperatures and a very small chance of rain for Southern California. It will also be more cloudy for the weekend and bring some gusty winds to the near mountain areas. Then beginning next week we’ll see a warming trend return. Highs in the 60s, lows in the 40s, light winds for the most part, and mostly cloudy skies.
Hello everyone! Hope everyone has been having an awesome week! Here’s another forecast for this coming week!
A prominent upper level ridge combined with offshore flow will make weather the next few days feel more like summer than winter for Southern California. Don’t let clouds fool you of being a cool day, highs for some interior valleys will be in the upper 80′s, possibly getting into the 90′s for today and tomorrow during the day. At night, things will still be fairly cool in the 50′s for most locations. Additionally with this pattern, we may expect some breezy winds for canyon areas, so this combined with the warmer (and dry) weather is good for wildfires so be careful. Things will begin to cool Thursday and into the weekend. Highs in the lower 80′s/upper 70′s, lows in the 50′s, lights winds for the most part, and partly cloudy skies.
Hello! Hope everyone has had a good Halloween! Here’s the forecast for this coming week!
Today may have started with some scattered areas of drizzle and cooler temperatures, but tonight through Wednesday Santa Anas are back bringing in dry, windy, and warmer conditions for Southern California. Gusts may be more than 50 mph for some mountain pass areas. After Wednesday, things begin to calm down again and temperatures begin to cool. Long range forecasts, as of now, show some rain coming early next week for the region, but things may change in the coming days. Highs in the 70′s, lows in the 40′s, some periods of gusty winds, and mostly clear skies.