Today we’re off to my old high school stomping grounds, Los Angeles!! After all the less than stellar weather we’ve had around these parts the last few days, it will be nice to get to some nice sunny weather on the warm beaches of SoCal. It never rains there right? RIGHT?!?!
At 6:53pm PDT, the temperature at Los Angeles, CA was 72 degrees under fair skies. A ridge of high pressure is being pushed out of the Southwest as a large trough is pushing through the Pacific Northwest. Throughout Tuesday night and during the day Wednesday, it will continue to dig south, extending its reach down into Southern California by Wednesday evening. An area of low pressure is expected over Southern Nevada by Wednesday evening, kicking up scattered showers throughout the Desert Southwest. There could be a couple isolated thunderstorms across the region too, but I’m not expecting them to affect downtown Los Angeles. Also, temperatures will be significantly cooler than they had been over the weekend. Go figure, want to head to Los Angeles, and it’ll be the 1st time they get rain in 74 days. Just my luck…
Tuesday: High clouds increase during day. High 72, Low 60
Wednesday: Scattered showers move in during afternoon hours. High 67, Low 58.
TWC: Tuesday: Sunny, High 74, Low 58
Wednesday: Afternoon showers expected. High 66, Low 56.
AW: Tuesday: Mostly sunny, not as warm. High 73, Low 60.
Wednesday: Couple of afternoon showers, thunderstorms. High 67, Low 57.
NWS: Tuesday: Patchy morning fog, then sunny, chance of late night showers. High 71, Low 59.
Wednesday: Showers likely, mainly in afternoon. High 63, Low 56.
WB: Tuesday: Low clouds in morning, then partly cloudy. High 71, Low 58.
Wednesday: Rain showers expected. High 65, Low 58.
Here we see some of the storm moving into Northern California, which will affect SoCal in the coming days.