Many people on the Central Coast might have woken up to rain on their windows Saturday morning,
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Periods of mostly light rain, mountain snow, and widespread gusty winds expected through the weekend and well below normal temperatures starting Monday.
The cold, upper level low pressure system that brought the showers and thunderstorms today has moved into Nevada.
Low pressure system number 2 is now pushing into Washington and will follow a similar path to today's storm.
Areas facing northwest have the best chances for showers.
Rain total estimates Sunday range from .01-.25".
The last of the thunderstorms has moved east of our area. There should be a short break in the precipitation until the next system comes through later tonight and tomorrow. #LAWeather #LArain #cawx #Socal pic.twitter.com/odkVlZfBES— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 8, 2020
The Grapevine area could see snow impacting those heading in and out of the Central Valley.
Wind gusts are going to be strong over the next few days.
Wind gusts of 30-50 mph could cause driving hazards and broken tree limbs.
There's a slight chance of thunderstorms over coastal waters through this evening.
Gale force level winds are expected out on the water through Sunday night as well as a High Surf Advisory through Monday.
Stay safe out there!