The sea breeze is back, but it will be stronger tomorrow into Thursday as a storm system passes by.
We have low confidence on the track of this storm, but currently it looks to bring a small chance for light showers late Wednesday into Thursday. Rain totals could range from a trace to 0.25", with the best chance for the foothills and mountains.
The storm will bring strong gusty westerly winds for the mountains and deserts. Winds gusts could average between 30-45 mph.
Temperatures will cool down briefly as the storm passes through, the coolest day will be Thursday. By the end of the day on Thursday, the winds will turn easterly with Santa Ana winds to wrap up the week.
The weekend will bring warmer temperatures and sunny skies. Remember to spring forward this weekend. We lose an hour of sleep on Sunday for Daylight Saving Time.
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