Cool weather is expected for the rest of the week with another chance for showers, and Santa Ana winds before the end of the week.
Another cold night in the county with temperatures in the 30s from the coast to our inland valleys, and 20s in the mountains. It's possible we'll frosty conditions early Thursday morning.
A storm system to our north will help to keep the cool weather in place on Thursday, by the afternoon and evening it could trigger some showers west of the mountains with little to no accumulation. We are talking hundredths of an inch.
The winds will turn easterly on Friday, triggering Santa Ana conditions for our inland communities and foothills; gusts could reach up to 40 mph in isolated areas. The winds will range between 15-25 mph inland and near the coast.
The skies will clear Friday night with another chance at frost into Saturday morning. Most places will wake up to temperatures in the 30s early Saturday. The weekend will bring mostly sunny skies during the day with daytime highs trending just a few degrees below normal.
Heading into Christmas week, we could see another storm arriving Tuesday into Wednesday. It will bring cooler air, rain, and possibly snow. There is some uncertainty with the timing and precipitation totals, please stay tune to the changing forecast.
Our ABC 10News Pinpoint Weather Team will keep you up to the latest, as the storm gets closer.
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