In the wake of the rain and snow that fell over the region on Tuesday, quiet weather is in store for the rest of the week and the weekend.
After some sunshine Wednesday and cool temperatures across much of the region, tranquil and seasonable weather will continue today.
A strong area of high pressure will be in control for the next several days, which will keep the stretch of dry and tranquil weather going.
Clouds will thicken up a bit later Friday and Friday night as some warmer Pacific air moves in, but any precipitation should stay north of the region.
While it will be a slow process, the warmer air will win out by the end of the weekend and early next week.
Afternoon temperatures will get back into the 50s by the weekend for most, with some places cracking the 60 degree-mark early next week.
Sunny skies and mostly dry conditions are expected through the rest of the week across the Los Angeles region.
Another few days of rather cool, at times unsettled weather lie ahead for the United Kingdom this week.
The threat for severe thunderstorms in the North Central states will shrink to parts of the central Plains Tuesday night with locally heavy storms farther to the northeast.
Drenching downpours, locally gusty thunderstorms and squalls at sea will continue in and around Florida through much of the week.
A heat wave will build, then recede in the Northeast this week with the most humid air focused on the Interstate 95 corridor.
Flooding monsoon rain will continue this week in India and southeast Pakistan, but a drier pattern is expected to set in during August.
Marquette, Il (1988)
99 degrees for a date record.
Hurricane Bertha formed 450 miles east of Jacksonville, FL. Maximum sustained winds of 75 mph with gusts to 90 mph.
Western Pacific (1990)
Typhoon Steve east of Iwo Jimo. Peak winds of 125 mph sustained gusts to 155 mph.