A trough of low pressure is moving across the West and that's enhancing the marine layer.  You may feel a little bit of drizzle to a light shower in the morning again. 

The marine layer will clear inland much sooner today.  Daytime temperatures will be about the same as yesterday.  

Today's highs will remain about 5-10º cooler than yesterday's highs.  For the beaches, the clouds will be slow to clear or may not clear at all for at least another day. 

TODAY’S HIGH TEMPERATURES

Coast: Mid to Upper 60s

Basins:  Low to Mid 70s

Inland Valleys: Low to Mid 70s 

Inland Empire: Low to Mid 80s

Mountains: Upper 60s to Low 70s

High Desert: Mid to Upper 80s

Low Desert: Upper 90s to Low 100s

WHAT’S AHEAD

Tomorrow, a ridge of high pressure will slowly expand and take over the trough of low pressure that has been keeping us below average. 

That'll help to clear out the marine layer sooner even over the coast especially on Friday and over the weekend.  It'll also increase our daytime temperatures to right around average to slightly above average. 

Inland Empire will see some low 90s to cap off the week.  The coast will reach the low to mid 70s.  

 


In the end, we're estimating the coast and valleys will pick up between .25" to .75" of rain, possibly a little over an inch if some of the heavier rain tomorrow or a thunderstorm actually makes it to the ground.  

The mountains, above 7,000 feet, could pick up 6-12" of snow. 

In the end, we're estimating the coast and valleys will pick up between .25" to .75" of rain, possibly a little over an inch if some of the heavier rain tomorrow or a thunderstorm actually makes it to the ground.  

The mountains, above 7,000 feet, could pick up 6-12" of snow. 

It appears this storm is out of here by Thursday late afternoon-early evening.  
It appears this storm is out of here by Thursday late afternoon-early evening.