Angelenos may want to enjoy the warm Super Bowl weather while it lasts, as rain is expected to fall Tuesday in Southern California.
Drivers can expect a wet commute to work as an offshore system is expected to hit in the early morning hours of Tuesday, according to NBC4's Carl Bell.
“It’ll be a pretty rainy Tuesday into Tuesday night,” Bell said.
Temperatures are expected to cool off starting Monday and into the weekend across the Southland, with possible winds picking up again toward the end of the week.
Temperatures in downtown Los Angeles could range in the low-70s. Coastal areas could see highs in the upper-60s.
Lows will range in the upper-40s to low-50s.
Valley temperatures could range in the mid-60s, with nighttime lows in the mid-40s.
High-deserts could range from the upper-60s with nights cooling to the mid-30s through the week.
Mountain residents should have cooler weather with highs in the mid-40s and nighttime temperatures in the low-20s.
Snow levels could fall on Wednesday to as low as 6,000 feet.