An early season low pressure system moving into northern California drew up a minor amount of subtropical moisture Monday, but most convection was confined offshore. As low pressure system will move into the Rockies over the next few days bringing dry weather along to SoCal along with cooler temperatures as west winds gust to around 30mph at times. Expect another nice day out there today, cool and crisp with highs in the mid to upper-60's, about 5-degrees below average. Little change through the end of the week as we keep daytime highs in the mid-60's, while overnight lows drop into the 30's to the 40's. Gusty west winds around 25mph and dry conditions will bring an elevated fire risk so use extra caution when outdoors. Temperatures will warm slightly over the weekend then cool again next week as another Pacific trough digs in off the west coast with dry weather for now!
Today High: 68.0ºF @ 1:37 PM ∙Low: 52.8ºF @ 6:25 AM Max Wind Gust: 37.0 mph @ 12:03 AM Rain: 0.00" ∙ Snow: 0.00" Sunrise: 6:28 am ∙ Sunset: 6:49 pm Current Air Quality:Good
Current Fire Threat: Very High