We are tracking another area of low pressure that will bring rain and snow into Southern California.
A winter weather advisory goes into effect for our mountains at 9 a.m. tomorrow lasting through midnight.
We'll get 1-4" of snow from 5,500' to 7,500'. And 4-8" of snow above 7,500'.
It's incredible to think that on May 22nd we are still talking about dangerous driving because of snow!
The rain track has showers from the Inland Empire to the east. If this doesn’t change the San Fernando Valley, LA Basin and Orange County will be dry Wednesday.
Widespread light rain is possible Thursday.
We'll track all of this with our First Alert Radar Network.