Southern Californians will feel a cooling trend this week as a southerly moving system brings seasonal fall weather, gusty winds and the possibility of downpours — along with possible snowfall in the mountains.
The system could be impacting the region as early as Tuesday night, with showers more likely to hit inland communities, although light rain is possible along the coast, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Mark Moede.
Temperatures across the region are expected to drop about five to ten degrees, with Los Angeles heading into the low 60s on Wednesday and continuing a slight downward trend through Thursday before warming slightly over the weekend.
Temperatures in San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange counties are also expected to fall into the low 60s and possibly high 50s during the day and drop into the mid to high 40s at night, Moede said.
The chance of precipitation is expected to be highest on Wednesday and continue into the evening. But isolated showers remain possible through Thursday in San Bernardino, Riverside and Northern Orange counties.
Thursday is expected to be the coldest day this week in the entire region, with gusty winds of 25 to 35 miles per hour tossing the mountain and valley communities.
Temperatures will rise slightly across the region through Friday, with drier weather and clearer skies in time for the weekend, Moede said.
Warmer, drier conditions are expected to remain consistent throughout the weekend, although further precipitation could hit the region on Monday.
https://www.ocregister.com/2022/11/01/cold-front-to-hit-southern-california-this-week-along-with-chance-of-showers/ Cold front hits southern California this week, along with possibility of showers – Orange County Register