Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Aug. 29)

STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The warm weather continues Wednesday.

The high pressure hasn’t moved much, so that will leave us with highs in the 100s in our valley cities and into the upper 80s and low 90s for the basin. We also now have some tropical moisture that is surging up into the atmosphere. This will give us the threat at a passing showers or thunderstorm. Best chances are in the mountains and deserts…but even in the San Gabriel Valley as well.

This moisture will make it feel a bit more sticky Wednesday…so while the temperatures don’t change all that much (in fact it might be a degree or two cooler) it’s going to feel pretty oppressive.

Thursday the cool down continues as a trough approaches, however we still have moisture to deal with and there is another chance at showers and thunderstorms. As we close out the work week we will get a stronger on-shore flow and cooler temperatures for Friday and Saturday.

Coast-low 80s
Basin-low 90s
Valleys-low 100s
Deserts-low 100s
Mountains-upper 70s to low 80s

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