The Los Angeles area and other parts of Southern California could see light precipitation as a low-pressure system moves through the region on Monday.
“It won’t be heavy rain,” says KTLA weather anchor Kaj Goldberg. “But we could see anything from a drizzle to light showers through the morning.”
The system will move quickly through SoCal, first bringing wind and light precipitation to the mountain and foothill communities becoming more widespread into the morning.
By the time Monday afternoon rolls around, clouds are expected to gradually dissipate before overnight clouds and fog settle in Monday and into Tuesday, according to KTLA weather and traffic reporter Kirk Hawkins.
“There may be some light rain Tuesday night and into Wednesday,” Hawkins said. “A very weak trough arrives Wednesday and that’s the beginning of the marine layer.”
Monday and Tuesday’s temperatures will be much like Sunday with highs in the mid-to-upper 70s in the L.A. Basin, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley and Orange County.