The weekend is here and an approaching storm could affect your holiday plans.
Saturday will be cooler with increasing clouds and the chance of mountains showers and thunderstorms. Areas where isolated thunderstorms develop could see heavier brief downpours with the potential for small hail and lightning. Highs will be in the upper 60s.
Widespread rain increases Saturday evening through Sunday morning as the storm moves into northern California. Watch out for slippery roads, travel delays, and light snow at resort levels. Rain accumulations will range from 0.10 -0.25” with up to 0.50” possible for the mountains. Snow levels will lower to 6000-7000 feet.
By Memorial Day, the storm moves east of our area and dry conditions are expected during the day. Skies will be partly cloudy with highs in the upper 60s. The dry weather continues through midweek when highs warm close to 80 degrees.
- LOS ANGELES: Partly cloudy. Afternoon highs from 65 to 70 degrees.
- COAST: Partly cloudy. Afternoon highs from 64 to 68 degrees.
- VALLEYS: Partly cloudy. Afternoon highs from 68 to 72 degrees.
- INLAND: Patchy fog then mostly sunny. Afternoon highs from 70 to 75 degrees.
- MOUNTAINS: Slight chance for showers. Afternoon highs from 52 to 56 degrees.
- HIGH DESERT: Breezy and mostly sunny. Afternoon highs from 72 to 76 degrees.