This morning wind and rain showers were scattered throughout the area, bringing a good blast of winter to the region.
There were slippery roads as the stormy weather stuck around for most of the day.
And the cold weather is here to stay. Today there was a high of 64 and tonight’s low will be 54 degrees. Tomorrow it will warm up slightly with a high of 67 and a low of 47. You will want to keep those winter clothes out because weather experts say another storm will be passing through the region on Thursday, bringing a high will be 63 and a low of 47.
L.A. County had put out a rain advisory through this evening, advising beach-goers to stay away from ocean water for three days after significant rainfall, especially near flowing storm drains. After significant rainfall, bacteria levels in ocean waters increase as contaminants within the runoff goes into the ocean.