Weather in Southern California in Fall 2019
Weather in SoCal may be unpredictable at times, and this week is a prime example. Today's highs are in the mid-80's while we wait for rain mid-week. Weather patterns can be especially frustrating for parents who dress their children in cold-weather gear in the mornings, but things heat up outside rather quickly. By lunchtime the sun is beaming and almost as warm as a summer day. Below is an excerpt from Los Angeles Eyewitness News, channel 7.
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California can expect one more day of hot, dry conditions before cooler temperatures and rain move in by mid-week.
Monday will be warm and dry in most areas, with some lingering danger of fire conditions. But temperatures will drop by about 10-15 degrees by Tuesday and rain is likely in many communities by Wednesday.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see a high of 88 on Monday, dropping to 74 by Tuesday.