It's Not The Apocalypse, It's Just Fog In LA
If you stepped out of your home on Saturday morning, it might've felt like it was the end of the world — we're talking about the eerie weather, not the hangover you might've been carrying.
The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory for parts of Southern California — including L.A. — on Friday evening through Saturday morning, asking folks to drive with caution on the road.
So that's what it was: L.A. had (non-sunny) weather.
Dense #Fog expected tonight through mid-morning Saturday, along the Santa Barbara South Coast, Ventura and LA Coasts. Use extra caution driving! Areas of visibility to 1/4 mile or less expected. #SoCal #CAwx pic.twitter.com/60BEzPGkCz— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 5, 2021
There shouldn't be any rain on the way for the central L.A. region, but our friends northwest of us could experience light rain on Monday and/or Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
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