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Ben's Weather Forecast Updated: Sunday, Feb 26 @ 05:51pm
Residual moisture will keep us under partly cloudy skies through this evening; cool and breezy with temperatures falling back into the 20's. Our next low pressure system will roll in overnight, bringing another round unsettled weather Monday across southern California. This go around, the low is forecast to tap into subtropical moisture(AR) and pull it into northern Baja and extreme SoCal (SD County), so the heaviest precip will remain just to our south. Still, be ready for more snow showers off and on through Monday with the snow level around 4,000 feet; a few inches of snow are possible. Continued cold and breezy early in the week with highs in the 30's to around 40 by Tuesday, while overnight lows generally cool to the 20's. Skies will clear out Tuesday with a gradual warm-up through the second half of the week as daytime temperatures make it into the 50's by the weekend. At this time, medium range guidance keeps SoCal unseasonably warm and dry headed into March, with very nice, spring-like weather in store for us next weekend. If planning to travel into the mountains over the next few days, or anytime during the winter months, always be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions; drive safe and carry tire chains!