Mostly cloudy and chance of light rain, snow

First Warning Forecast Showers and storms move out chilly weather moves

First Warning Forecast Showers and storms move out chilly weather moves

Clouds will remain overnight Sunday into Monday morning making morning lows Monday not as cold - lows will be in the low 40s.

Sunrise will be at 6.58am and sunset will be at 7.43pm. Average temperatures return on Thursday with partly sunny skies and highs in the lower to mid 60s.

Monday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 45. The previous lowest high temperature was 22, recorded in 2007.

Seven-day local weather forecast for April 8 through April 14 covers Cypress, Los Alamitos, Rossmoor, Seal Beach, the JFTB, and the Naval Weapons Station.

Clouds and showers will kick off the work week.

By Tuesday a ridge of high pressure will take over Colorado and it will bring much warmer weather and plenty of sunshine. We will have clouds with showers on Sunday and high temperatures in the 30s.

Tuesday: Becoming mostly cloudy, isolated valley shower/mountain flurry.

Denver will see a few scattered rain showers Sunday morning but will clear up for midday and the afternoon.

Sun came out to play today and we also felt warmer conditions across the ArkLaMiss today!

The next best chance for rain is next Saturday with the arrival of another front. Highs Monday will be near 40°, melting some of the snow that fell. Highs by Friday and Saturday will be back in the low 80s inland with mid 70s at the coast.

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