Offshore winds have now turned onshore and this is bringing in a good amount of moisture off the ocean. As a result, temperatures will be cooler at the Coast today and more cloud cover is anticipated across all areas. Because the winds are onshore, isolated areas of drizzle cannot be ruled out of the picture but overall dry weather will continue across the region.
Cooler temperatures and foggy/overcast conditions will continue in West Side Valleys through the coming days. A weak disturbance passing to our north for the middle of the week will bring isolated showers to the forecast area on Wednesday and following this storm, a stronger front will bring scattered to widespread showers Thursday evening into Friday.
Snow levels should stay high with this storm, but overnight temperatures Thursday night may help to bring some frozen precipitation, such as freezing rain to some locations. This is something we’ll continue to look at as the end of the week nears.
Another ridge of high pressure will build back into the West for the weekend, bringing more dry and inactive weather.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese