Lingering drizzle and low clouds may impact your morning commute as our three day rain event comes to an end.
Give yourself extra time for your commute this morning to safely get around wet roadways, standing water, and patchy fog on your drive. By midmorning, skies begin to clear leaving us cool and dry under partly cloudy skies.
The three-day storm total for downtown Los Angeles of 1.21” put us at 2.69” for the month of March (110% above average). However, this only puts us at 37% of average for the season (since December 1st).
A cold storm to our north shifts east this weekend bringing rain to Northern California and snow to the Sierra. Most of Southern California will remain dry with the exception of our local mountains. Light flurries are forecast for late Saturday and Sunday of this weekend for our resorts as snow levels drop, making for a great weekend to hit the slopes!
Temperatures warm back up to the high 70s by midweek.
LOS ANGELES: PARTLY CLOUDY AND COOL, HIGHS IN THE LOW TO HIGH 60S
ORANGE COUNTY: PARTLY CLOUDY AND COOL, HIGHS IN THE LOW 60S
COAST: PARTLY CLOUDY AND COOL, HIGHS IN THE LOW 60S
VALLEYS: PARTLY CLOUDY AND COOL, HIGHS IN THE LOW 60S
INLAND: PARTLY CLOUDY AND COOL WITH LINGERING DRIZZLE IN THE MORNING, HIGHS IN THE LOW HIGH 70S
MOUNTAINS: PARTLY CLOUDY AND COOL WITH LINGERING SHOWERS IN THE MORNING, HIGHS IN THE HIGH 40S
HIGH DESERT: PARTLY CLOUDY AND COOL, HIGHS IN THE LOW 60S