Windy Conditions In SoCal But We're Thankful It's No #Bombcyclone
Southern Californians will be going about Saturday under mostly cloudy skies, with highs of around 70 degrees across the region.
And on the coast in the Santa Monica Mountains and up into Ventura County, winds up to 40 mph will stick around until 4 p.m.
Expect the clouds to clear as the day goes on.
One silver lining is that because of the recent rainfall, there's been no red flag fire warnings, at least yet.
The National Weather Service in Boston is reporting Saturday that wind gusts there are making it hard to accurately measure snowfall so far. They already have reports of more than a foot of snow in parts of Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Throughout the region, people are being asked not to travel if it's not absolutely necessary.
We surveyed the California transplants in our newsroom Friday and most agreed that we collectively do not miss the seasons.
That said, I'll admit to missing winter, and even blizzards. What can I say, I'm pro-snow.