SoCal’s Summer In January Comes To An End

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Forecasters Saturday are predicting a foggy morning and afternoon highs in the low 70s as Southern California’s summer in January comes to an end.

Temperatures have been running well above normal for nearly a month, but onshore breeze has returned, bringing with it a dose of fog.

The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory for coastal areas until 9 a.m. and warned that visibility could be limited to about a quarter-mile in places.

Increasing clouds are predicted Saturday night and there’s a possibility of some light drizzle Sunday morning.

Sunday’s highs will be in the upper 50s and low 60s – a far sight from the 70s and 80s this past week. By afternoon, a 20 percent chance of rain is forecast and will increase to 50 percent by Sunday night, according to the NWS.

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  • Leroy Brown

    Some illegal farted.

    • Not newsworthy

      U r an ididot Cracker who prolly lives in the valley

    • Pablo Escobar from the dead

      Leroy is just mad because his trashy mobile home is gonna be freezing cold now. Lmfao

  • Jim Gates

    it was good while it lasted

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