LOS ANGELES — A cold front is relied upon to move into Southern California late Sunday, and carry with it the season’s first huge tempest for the locale.
Forecasters state that by Monday morning, a potential for tempests will create and brief times of substantial storm and little hail.
The downpour is relied upon to stay through Monday night with primer precipitation aggregates shifting from 0.50-1 inch for the coast and valleys, while the lower regions and mountains could see up to 2 inches.
Snow levels will be between 4,000-5,000 feet. For regions over 5,000 feet, critical snowfall of 6-12 inches is envisioned and a couple of crawls of snow for regions between 4,000-5,000 feet.
Therefore, a colder time of year storm notice is in actuality for the mountains of San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Ventura and Riverside provinces. A high surf warning is additionally set up for most all beach front regions from Los Angeles to San Diego regions through Wednesday.
Drier conditions are foreseen by Tuesday with temperatures getting back to the 60s.