The weekend storm is gone and temperatures will warm up as the week progresses, the National Weather Service said Monday.
Residents can expect rain and snow to stop if it hasn’t already, and skies should be clear until at least Friday, said NWS weather specialist Stuart Seto. Monday will see highs of 60 downtown; temperatures are expected to spike to 68 on Tuesday and remain in the upper 60s the rest of the week.
In the tri-city region, daytime highs are expected to hit the mid-70s by midweek, according to the weather service.
“We should have some high pressure coming in,” Seto said. “Today it will warm up about four to five degrees from yesterday. The center of the storm has passed us.”
But Seto said that another, weaker storm could arrive by Friday and bring a 20% chance of rain on Saturday night into Sunday.
-- Matt Stevens and Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times