Starting On Tuesday, Southern California Will Experience Five Days Of Continuous Rainfall!

Rain coming to SoCal for 5 days straight starting Tuesday

After a bright and sunny Christmas weekend, it looks like the end of 2022 will bring rain to Southern California for several days. From Tuesday through New Year’s Eve, there will be a chance of rain in Los Angeles and Orange County, according to the latest forecasts. On New Year’s Day, the sun will shine, but the next three days will be cloudy.

The National Weather Service predicts that it will rain in Los Angeles and Orange County on Tuesday night, and that it will snow in the mountains on Wednesday night. Forecasts indicate that precipitation is possible every day from now until Saturday.

The National Weather Service predicted that Los Angeles County would receive half an inch to an inch and a half of rain in the first band of precipitation, with three inches falling on the coastal mountains.

The system is expected to begin dumping rain on San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties beginning late Monday.

The weather service has stated that “problematic and will probably need adjustments with later forecasts” regarding the timing of the systems later in the week.

The agency warned that from that point on, “uncertainty grows” because “ensemble solutions diverge in the track and depth of the subsequent short wave that follows for Thursday,” as well as the additional waves later in the week and into New Year’s Day. So far, there have been no winter weather warnings issued for this area.

The National Weather Service predicts that after a warm spell, temperatures will drop this week to more typical winter highs, with a high of 79 degrees expected in downtown Los Angeles on Monday, followed by highs of 64 on Tuesday and Wednesday, and a low of 61 on Thursday.

Most places will see lows in the 40s and 50s at night, but the mountains and Antelope Valley will see lows in the 30s.

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Beginning On Tuesday, Southern California Will Experience Five Days Of Nonstop Precipitation

Weather predictions for Los Angeles and Orange County call for rain on five consecutive days beginning on Tuesday and continuing through New Year’s Eve, with sunshine on New Year’s Day followed by three more days of potential rain.

The National Weather Service predicts that Los Angeles and Orange County will see rain on Tuesday night and snow in the mountains on Wednesday night. It looks like there will be a chance of rain every day until Saturday.

Beginning On Tuesday, Southern California Will Experience Five Days Of Nonstop Precipitation

The National Weather Service predicted that the first band of rain would bring half an inch to an inch and a half of rain to Los Angeles County and three inches of rain to the coastal mountains.

Late on Monday, the system will begin dumping rain in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties. Timing of the systems later in the week is “problematic and will probably need adjustments with later forecasts,” the weather service said.

From there, “uncertainty grows” as “ensemble solutions diverge in the track and depth of the subsequent short wave that follows for Thursday,” the agency said, adding that “additional waves” will occur later in the week and into New Year’s Day.

At this time, there have been no winter weather warnings issued for the area.

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In downtown Los Angeles, the NWS predicts a high of 79 degrees on Monday, followed by a drop to 64 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday, and a return to 61 degrees on Thursday, bringing temperatures back to more typical winter ranges.

Temperatures will dip into the 30s in the mountains and the Antelope Valley but will stay in the 40s and 50s elsewhere.

It’s Going To Rain In Southern California At The End Of The Year 2022

CA (CNS) – Los Angeles Even though the Christmas holiday was sunny in Southern California, the end of the year looks to bring several days of rain.

Los Angeles and Orange County are expected to experience rain for five days straight beginning on Tuesday and ending on New Year’s Eve, followed by sunshine on January 1 and then three more days of potential rain.

It's Going To Rain In Southern California At The End Of The Year 2022

The National Weather Service predicts that it will rain in Los Angeles and Orange County on Tuesday night, and that it will snow in the mountains on Wednesday night. Until Saturday, precipitation is expected every day.

The National Weather Service predicted that the first band of rain would drop between 0.5 and 1.5 inches in Los Angeles County and up to 3 inches in the coastal mountains.

On Monday night, the system will begin dumping rain on San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties.

The timing of the systems later in the week is “problematic and will probably need adjustments with later forecasts,” the weather service said.

From there, “uncertainty grows” as “ensemble solutions diverge in the track and depth of the subsequent short wave that follows for Thursday,” the agency said, adding that “additional waves” will occur later in the week and into New Year’s Day.

The region has not yet received any winter weather advisories.

The National Weather Service predicts that after a brief warm spell, temperatures will drop back to more typical winter ranges this week, with Monday’s high in downtown Los Angeles expected to be 79 degrees, followed by days with highs of 64 and 61.

Last Words

After a bright and sunny Christmas holiday, it looks like Southern California will be drenched for the final few days of 2022.

In Los Angeles and Orange County, the forecast calls for a chance of rain for five days straight beginning on Tuesday and continuing through New Year’s Eve, then sunshine on New Year’s Day, followed by three more days of possible rain.

National Weather Service forecasts call for rain in Los Angeles and Orange County on Tuesday night, with snowfall in the mountains expected by Wednesday evening. From now until Saturday, there will always be a chance of rain.

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