Sunday became the warmest day of the year for most parts of California!
The National Weather Service Office in Oxnard tied their record temperature for Sunday at 85 degrees and the Camarillo Airport set a new record temperature for Sunday, at a whopping 86 degrees!
A low pressure system and cold front will be moving into our area, creating potentials for dense fog to develop in the next few nights and mornings.
This system is bringing along showers that should hold off until Tuesday evening.
Wednesday’s rainfall potential should be under a quarter of an inch during the day, with total rainfall ranging between .50-.75 of an inch.
The cold front will drop temperatures down 8-12 degrees below normal.
Rain & mountain snow coming to #SoCal Tue night -Wed this week. Here are storm total rain & snow graphics for this event. Snow levels may drop to near mtn pass level. #CAwx #LArain #LAsnow pic.twitter.com/k8agnkF9ft
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) March 17, 2019
Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday evening has the potential for a small craft advisory and high surf advisory due to strong winds.
We will also see snow levels lowering to 5,000-5,500 feet, impacting people traveling through the Grapevine area.
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) March 18, 2019
Once the weather clears by Friday, another storm is heading our way!
Keep the umbrella close by!