Friday will be cool once again, no surprise! Lows will be in the 30s to 40s, and highs in the 50s to low 60s.
After some minimal overnight sprinkles on the Central Coast, the day will be dry with some clouds. Cloud cover will increase again in the evening as an upper low in the Gulf of Alaska drops southeast.
The cold front from the low will bring rain to the entire region Saturday. The front moves over Ventura and LA Counties Sunday with showers following the front.
In total, the storm will bring about a half inch to inch and a half of rainfall for coasts and valleys, and 2 to 4 inches for foothills and mountains. Snow will fall above 6,500 feet Saturday, lowering to 3,000 feet Sunday night. It could create commute issues at the Grapevine.
Wind will also be an issue during the storm, and will likely trigger advisories. There is also a slight chance of hail Sunday with more instability.
Conditions will dry out Monday, though there may be a few straggler showers. Temperatures will stay 5 to 10 degrees below normal. Tuesday will be mostly sunny and cool.