California will on Sunday put the latest winter storm behind as rain dissipates and skies brighten.

Dry weather fostered by Eastern Pacific high pressure will spread from the Bay Area to Los Angeles and San Diego along with the San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys. Skies will turn out partly sunny with rather typical winter high temperatures of 55 to 60 degrees.

So how long will the dry weather last? Not long, actually, as a rather weak storm will have enough punch to trigger some rain over the Golden State Monday night and Tuesday.

Story by Senior Meteorologist Jim Andrews.