Beverly Hills residents should remember to pack their umbrellas Monday and Tuesday due to a winter storm system that is moving through the area.
"The storm will be sufficiently cold and unstable to produce locally heavy showers at times, with a slight chance of thunderstorms," National Weather Service meteorologists said.
In Beverly Hills, daytime temperatures are expected to reach 60°F Monday with a 90 percent chance of rain and the possibility of thunderstorms. By Monday evening, lows will hit about 44°F with an 80 percent chance of rain and the possibility of thunderstorms.
"Some thunderstorms may contain brief, heavy downpours, dangerous cloud- to-ground lightning, gusty and erratic winds and pea-size hail or graupel [soft hail]," according to a National Weather Service advisory.
On Tuesday, highs will be in the low 60s, with a 50 percent chance of rain. Temperatures will fall to the low 40s during the evening but the rains should subside by then.
Sunny skies are anticipated for Wednesday.
This report was compiled with information from the National Weather Service.