A Break From Winter-Like Storm Expected Saturday

Expect sunny and cool conditions at the start of the weekend

This weekend, expect a break from the winter-like storm that arrived early Friday in the Los Angeles area, bringing rain and cold conditions.

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A sunny and cool Saturday is expected in the SoCal area. This, following a frosty Friday night with winter weather advisories in effect for the LA and Ventura areas, as well as Riverside, San Bernardino County and the Mountains.

A frost advisory is in effect for the Antelope Valley Friday night. Temperatures may dip between 28 and 32 degrees during periods of the night.

LA and Ventura County coasts, till 11 a.m. Saturday morning, are expected to receive 5 to 7-foot sets of surfs from a west/north-west swell.

Moderate rain showers, not nearly as wet or cold as Friday’s storm, might fall Sunday morning between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. The rain is expected to stop around 8 p.m.

“I think we’ve actually established a winter weather pattern,” said NBC4 forecaster Fritz Coleman.


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Dry and warm weather is expect Monday through Friday of next week. However, rain may return next Thursday or Friday.

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