LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A polar jetstream is bringing cooler air and light rain to Southern California this weekend.
After the weekend, though, temperatures will warm up to the 80s and above starting Tuesday.
On Saturday, Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect some light rain and a high temperature of 68 degrees.
Similar conditions are expected in the valleys and Inland Empire, with a high Saturday of 67. After Tuesday, temperatures will warm up and some inland areas will see an elevated fire danger.
The beaches will see some morning drizzle and a high of 67 on Saturday.
Mountains will see light showers and a high of only 49 degrees. Those communities will also see their first snowfall of the season, a light dusting at elevations over 7,500 feet Saturday night.
The deserts will see light rain, gusty winds and a high of 66.
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