The Southland will be sunny on Saturday before a Pacific storm system brings rain on Sunday and possible snow in the mountains.
“A cooler and showery weather pattern will develop across Southern California late tonight as an unseasonably cold storm system located over the Pacific Northwest moves over the region through Monday,” the National Weather Service said.
Light rain Sunday is expected to continue through Monday, but skies should be clearing by Tuesday and a warming trend will begin by mid-week.
The forecast for downtown Los Angeles on Saturday calls for highs in the mid 70s to mid 80s with southwest winds around 15 mph.
Coastal Orange County will be mostly sunny and cooler, with highs 75 to 80.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District predicted air quality that will be in the moderate to unhealthful for sensitive groups range in the South Coast Air Basin on Saturday.
Here are the latest temperatures and conditions around Southern California: