A fairly active day around Big Bear today with some areas in the east end of the Valley receiving around 0.25"-0.50" with isolated higher amounts in a few spots. Activity will wind down through this evening with gradually clearing skies as lows tonight drop into the 40's. We could see a few afternoon clouds again tomorrow, but convection should remain east of our area with highs in the mid 70's. A trough pushing into the west coast will lead to drier conditions Friday through the weekend with gusty southwest winds at times and cooler temperatures. Highs will drop back into the lower 70's, near average, while overnight lows dip into the 30's. With the stronger onshore flow, we'll experience west to southwest winds 5-15mph with gusts to around 20mph during the afternoons. Very little change is forecast through next week with seasonal conditions and dry weather.