IS A WARM CUP
October 27, 2020, 1:10 PM PDT
Southern California Overview:
- Strong gusty northeast winds this morning will diminish in the afternoon. Weak offshore flow for inland areas may continue locally gust northeast to east winds near the coastal slopes of the mountains each morning into the weekend, with some
strengthening occurring Saturday through Monday. Slight cooling near the coast Wednesday and Thursday as offshore flow weakens. Otherwise, there will be a gradual warming trend through the weekend with high temperatures warming from around average to 10 to locally 15 degrees above average.
- More snow across the southern Rockies to the High Plains as significant icing develops from northern Texas to western Oklahoma. Hurricane Zeta forecast to be the third hurricane this season to make landfall on the central Gulf Coast by late Wednesday. Critical to extreme fire risks and high wind threat in California into the Desert Southwest today should lessen by Wednesday.