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STUDIO CITY (CBS) — The marine layer has thickened up this morning and is now running 2,500 to 3,000 feet deep, which means there is a slight chance for some patchy drizzle.

It looks like it may even still be a little cloudy by the time the Kings’ victory parade starts.

Temperatures will still be running below average for this time of year. We’ll top out in the low 70s.

Look for a general warming trend after today. The marine layer is a product of a trough that is over the West Coast. A cut-off low is going to break off of the trough and drop to the southwest.

The combination of this low and high pressure building in the Pacific will give us an off-shore flow Saturday and Sunday.

We will then have a ridge of high pressure that will settle into the west, which will make inland temperatures very warm next week.

Beaches – upper 60s
Basin – low 70s
Valleys – mid 80s
Deserts – low 90s
Mountains – mid 70s


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