On this second day of Spring, it's mostly cloudy across Southern California with scattered showers. 

As another wave pushes across Central California today, we can expect mostly light showers, breezy conditions and snow showers in the mountains.  The rain could be moderate to heavy at times if a thunderstorm develops.  But, unlike yesterday, there doesn't appear to be as much instability in the atmosphere.​  

Estimated rainfall will be between .10" to .50" for a majority of Southern California.  Mountain communities above 5500 feet could get 3-6 inches of snow through Thursday night.  

Daytime temperatures will be cooler than yesterday and overall, 5-10º cooler than average for this time of year.  

TODAY’S HIGH TEMPERATURES

Coast:  Low to Mid 60s

Inland Valleys:  Upper 50s to Low 60s

Inland Empire:   Upper 50s to Low 60s

Mountains: Mid 30s to Low 40s

High Desert: Upper 50s to Low 60s 

WHAT’S AHEAD

Tomorrow, it'll be dry and sunnier. 

Saturday, clouds increase a little bit as a storm moves across the state to the north of us.  At first, we had a slight chance of a shower this day, but it's looking more and more like it'll be dry, but still cooler than average.  

Sunday, we'll see some low 70s back in the mix...even some mid to upper 70s inland. 

But temperatures drop back below average next week Wednesday.  The Futurecast is picking up another storm on that day, but right now, there's just a slight chance for showers.  

Stay tuned for updates.

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.