STUDIO CITY (CBS) — The marine layer is well entrenched in the Los Angeles basin and valleys this morning. Temperatures will be kept in check by the cloud cover. We will only top out in the low 70s, which is below average for this time of year. There will be some clearing, though.
A trough deepening along the West Coast is encouraging the marine layer. Things will be the same for the Kings’ victory parade tomorrow.
By Friday, a cut-off low will squeeze off of the trough and drop down by Baja. This, along with high pressure building in the Pacific, will give us an off-shore flow and warmer temperatures for Father’s Day weekend.
By next week, another ridge of high pressure builds from the south, which will translate into warmer temperatures inland along with some higher humidity.
Beaches – low 70s
Basin – low 70s
Valleys – mid to upper 80s
Deserts – mid 90s
Mountains – mid 70s