An upper-level low sitting to our southeast will slowly drift east today out of our area, bringing partly cloudy skies this afternoon with a high around 70-degrees, an isolated shower is possible with southwest winds 5-10mph. Looking at clear skies tonight with light winds as lows cool to the 30's. A trough of low pressure deepening off the west coast will lead to much cooler fall weather this week with gusty west winds at times and dry conditions. Expect sunny skies Monday with highs in the lower 70's, southwest winds 5-15mph during the afternoon. The onshore flow will crank up through midweek as this trough passes inland to our north. This will generate gusty west winds to around 25mph at times and much cooler temperatures as highs drop into the mid and lower 60's, warming slightly towards the weekend.
Good Evening! Big Bear City, California (6,800ft.) UPDATED @ 8:44 PM