All of the above in the forecast as we head towards Thanksgiving, with a poorly timed Winter Storm arriving late Tuesday into Wednesday as cold air descends from the North and moisture moves up from the South.
A High Wind Warning, as well as a Wind Advisory, cover parts of the Coachella Valley, and our local mountains are under a Winter Storm Watch that will become a Winter Storm Warning. The Inland Empire and coastal plains are under a Flash Flood Watch.
We expect heavy snow above 5,000 feet:
Rainfall could reach an inch here in the Valley, more like 2" to 3" West of the Valley.
Highs will plummet, dropping into the sixties tomorrow, and into the fifties for Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
Stay with News Channel 3 for the latest on this dangerous Winter Storm, and rely on the First Alert Weather, the Valley most accurate and dependable team of meteorologists.