This week’s weather is expected to be dry with warm days and cool nights, though a Pacific storm could potentially bring rain and mountain snow by the weekend.
“The weather will stay dry through the week, with the next chance for some precipitation on
Sunday,” the National Weather Service said. “Overall, mild to warm days, and cool nights will prevail.”
The agency said a dry, offshore flow will bring warming Monday, but light winds and clear skies overnight will allow temperatures to fall off rapidly, reaching the 40s over much of the region and lower 50s near the coast.
High temperatures Monday are forecast to be 67 to 72 near the coast, 73 to 78 inland, 76 to 81 in the valleys, 67 to 73 in the mountains and 82 to 87 in the deserts.
Updated at 7:45 a.m., Monday, March 14, 2022
City News Service contributed to this article.