7:00 AM | Pacific storm to bring a soaking rain to the region from later today into tomorrow; snow levels will drop significantly with this storm over the next 12-24 hours

6-Day Forecast

Today

Mostly cloudy, rain develops late in the afternoon, cool, highs in the low 60’s

Tonight

A soaking rain, breezy, cool, lows in the low 50’s

Thursday

Lingering showers likely and maybe a thunderstorm, cool, upper 50’s

Thursday Night

Cloudy, a shower possible early, cool, near 50

Friday

Partly sunny, cool, near 60

Saturday

Partly sunny, cool, low 60’s

Sunday

Mostly cloudy, cool, some rain possible, near 60

Monday

Partly sunny, not as cool, near 65

Discussion

A storm dropping southward along the west coast today will spread rain into the LA metro region by later this afternoon and the steadiest rainfall will occur tonight. Showers will linger tomorrow and as the upper atmosphere cools off, there can be a thunderstorm mixed in. Snow levels will drop during the storm over the next 24 hours to the lowest levels seen so far this season. This cold storm had its origins over the Gulf of Alaska and will pull away from the region on Friday.

Video

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