An area of low pressure moving along the Northern California coast will bring partly cloudy skies, breezy and cooler conditions for the next couple of days. It also means a small chance of scattered showers late Thursday.
Rainfall around the Southland will likely be confined to coastal areas, with some showers through the Inland Empire and snow at the highest elevations in local mountain communities.
High temps will be consistently below average through the weekend as the Jet Stream pulls in cooler air from up North.
Temperatures will rebound quickly next week, with highs approaching the 80 degree mark by midweek!