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Sunday evening forecast Feb 9th

Our tricky storm system continues to linger over mostly Southern California. A few showers did occur, but as expected, measurable rainfall was very hard to come by. Only trace amounts were recorded in Ventura County while to our south, Pasadena picked up over an inch!
The storm is not easy to track as it is cut off from the main Jet Stream which usually drives theses systems from the ocean & in to North America. We will continue to see more clouds through early Monday with just some slight chances for sprinkles especially the farther south you go. We will some wind as a moderate northeast flow develops. A Wind Advisory is in play for portions of Ventura County through Tuesday. There is also a Winter Storm Watch for the mountains of Ventura County above 4000-ft in to Monday. Accumulations should be minimal, but strong wind and ice could create some roadway issues, the I-5 being a concern as always!
Looking ahead, we should see skies clear quickly by Monday afternoon. We then go back to a really mild run through Thursday with plenty of sunshine and 60's/70's for temperatures. Another storm system may affect us Friday or Valentine's Day, but our forecast models are still not consistent in timing or exact trajectory yet. Could even see something by late next weekend.  We will monitor closely with fingers crossed that we get Mother Nature to start bringing us some more rain!

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