STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The high pressure responsible for our hot weather is parked over the west.
Over the next 24 hours it will drift slightly to the south and target right over Southern California. This is translating into very warm temperatures for the Southland.
Yesterday’s downtown temperature was moderated by a strong inversion with some low clouds, however that cloud cover has dissipated…so a warm up can be expected.
The high pressure placement is encouraging an off-shore flow, so the heat this time will be a “dry” heat.
Valley temperatures should exceed 100 degrees for the next few days.
By Monday we should see some cooler temps. However it will be short lived, temperatures pump up again by mid week.
We are also watching the progression of Tropical Storm Kristy to see if we pick up any of the mid level moisture from the system.
Basin-low to mid 90s