What was once looking like another active thunderstorm day, now appears to be less active just with lingering, passing showers.
The main storm is riding down the coast and is expected to swing down to Southern California later today. The main impact for us will be partly cloudy skies and with cool air still in place we could even see a few isolated showers in the valley and snow flurries above 2500 feet. There is also a small possibility of an isolates thunderstorms but chances appear very low.
By Friday we will be on the back side of the storm allowing us to dry out and warm things up by the weekend with highs back in the upper 60’s and low 70’s. The beginning of next week also looks dry and warm.