Another really cold night ahead

Posted at 4:41 PM, Jan 01, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-01 20:52:50-05

Offshore flow continues to drive mostly clear skies and dry air. This will mean that interior valleys could drop into the lower 20s with freezing conditions along the Central Coast and Southcoast. Advisories are in place for the cold air. With the cold start Wednesday, high will only recover into the 50s inland and lower 60s for most of the coast. Wednesday night into Thursday looks very similar (maybe warmer by a degree or two on the lows and highs).

Bundle up and stay warm. Protect sensitive plants and bring in pets. A colder night is forecast for tonight across the…

Posted by US National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard on Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Coastal Sunshine by Karen Delk

Friday looks transitional with some clouds arriving and milder overnight lows.

Major computer models actually agree on the next storm arriving early Saturday into early Sunday. Strong southerly winds of 15-30mph and heavy rain possible between 1-1.75″.

Weekend rainfall potential

We should get a break later Sunday thru Monday but more wet weather could develop after that next week.