I'm still expecting a large storm system to dive out of the Gulf of Alaska and bring all of Southern California a chance for rain late Monday into early Tuesday. In my previous post, I mentioned that our rain chances depended on the track of this storm. It looks like this system should move far enough west to tap into some moisture, so we should at least see a few showers develop. Snow levels will be relatively high, around 5000 feet, but we could see them dip down to about 4500 feet as the system exits Tuesday.
One thing is certain for next week - temperatures will stay below average. Highs along the coast will hover around 58 to 62 and lows will stay around 41 to 44. Inland highs will stay near 60 with lows ranging from 38 to 42.
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