STUDIO CITY (CBS) — The low-cloud regime continues today. Our marine layer has made it into the San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, and portions of the Inland Empire.
We can expect clearing similar to yesterday. We should see some sunshine inland by mid-morning. For the coastal plain, it will be closer to lunch. Beaches may be stuck in the clouds throughout the day.
With the strong onshore flow, we have gusty winds up in the high desert, which is why a red flag warning has been extended through this evening for the Lancaster/Palmdale area and Apple Valley.
The cut-off low that has been lingering to the west will move just a little further away tomorrow, which will allow high pressure to build for tomorrow.
We will still have a marine layer, but inland temperatures will warm up a bit. Expect our deserts to be close to 100 degrees tomorrow. A big low moves into the Pacific Northwest later this week, which will cool things down again.
Beaches – upper 60s
Basin – low to mid 70s
Valleys – mid 80s
Deserts – mid 90s
Mountains – mid 70s