A severe storm is moving to Southern California, rain, mountain snow and gusty winds are expected to continue through Wednesday.
Light rain is possible after midnight Sunday, and most areas of Los Angeles and Orange County will experience significant rain through Monday morning that will continue throughout the day and Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. The showers are forecast to taper off on Wednesday, although they will still be intermittent.
Tuesday is expected to bring the heaviest rain for Riverside and San Bernardino counties, the NWS says.
The forecast remains locked during significant rainfall #SoCal with the most severe occurrence from Tuesday morning through Tuesday night. It’s looking warmer, so the snow totals for the mountain communities have been brought down quite a bit. The wind will increase with the windiest day being Tuesday. #CAwx pic.twitter.com/ast46mRzak
— NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) November 6, 2022
A drying trend is expected for the second half of the week.
Snow accumulation Monday night in 6,500 to 7,000 feet is possible in the mountains.
Wind gusts of 40 mph are expected in the mountains and high desert on Sunday evening and Monday, increasing to 55 mph on Tuesday.
The wet weather will be accompanied by cooler days and nights. Daytime temperatures in the valleys and downtown Los Angeles are expected to drop to the low 60s Monday through Wednesday, with lows in the 50s on Monday and Tuesday and the low 40s on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Wednesday’s highs are only expected to hit 58 in Pasadena and Santa Clarita and 53 in Lancaster.
Antelope Valley will see below-freezing overnight temperatures later this week, with lows of 33, 30 and 31 degrees expected Wednesday through Friday.
https://www.ocregister.com/2022/11/06/southern-california-in-for-3-days-of-rain-snow/ Southern California for 3 days of rain, snow – Orange County Register