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7:00 AM | Storm threatens us with soaking rain later tomorrow into Thursday; snow levels will drop during the storm to the lowest levels of the year so far

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Clouds early then some sunshine, pleasant, upper 60’s


Mostly clear early, clouds late, cool, lows in the low 50’s


Mostly cloudy, rain develops late in the day, cool, low 60’s

Wednesday Night

A soaking, steady rain, breezy, cool, low 50’s


Lingering showers likely and maybe even a thunderstorm, even cooler, upper 50's


Mostly sunny, cool, upper 50’s


Partly sunny, cool, near 60


Partly sunny, cool, near 60


A big change will take place by later tomorrow across California as a cold storm system approaches the coastline dropping southeastward from the northeastern Pacific Ocean. This storm had its origins over the Gulf of Alaska and it will bring periods of rain to the region from later Wednesday into Thursday along with cooler temperatures. Snow levels will drop during the storm to the lowest levels of the year so far this season. The steadiest, heaviest rain for the LA metro region from this storm appears to be headed our way for the Wednesday night time frame.