Brewing storm likely to ruin another weekend in Southern California

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Tony Kurzweil and Henry DiCarlo

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Another storm is brewing in the Pacific and will likely hit Southern California, ruining plans for another weekend.

“This weekend’s storm should be a little different in that we may not see as many storms, but we could blanket Southern California on Saturday with decent rain,” KTLA meteorologist Henry DiCarlo said Monday. .

High pressure will remain over the Four Corners area for a few days, but is expected to move out of the region later this week and open the door for the storm’s arrival.

The KTLA Storm Tracker for March 25, 2024 shows the expected humidity for Saturday over Southern California.

“It looks like it will rain more than last weekend,” Henry said. “Possibly one to two inches for some areas.”

Instability with this system is expected to continue into Sunday and Monday, so the south could see a chance of rain all three days.

He National Metereological Service is leaving the door open for some storm activity from what they describe as a “major storm system.”

A foot of snow could fall in our resort areas above 6,000 to 7,000 feet.

The good news comes in the next few days, when we should see plenty of sunshine and highs mostly in the upper 60s and low 70s through Thursday.

Friday is when we start to see ominous clouds and cooler temperatures arrive. “Not good for your weekend plans,” Henry said.

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