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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — Marine layer is spreading through the area once again this morning with temperatures topping out several degrees below average for this time of year.

A trough and cold front are moving through the west coast, the front will pass later this afternoon.

There is a chance for rain north of Point Conception. Expect breezy conditions and mostly cloudy skies for the Southland.

There is a secondary low that will develop tomorrow near Southern California and it will keep temperatures cool for tomorrow as well.  However, by Saturday it pulls south.

The Low and a ridge of High pressure building behind it together will encourage an off-shore flow.

In fact, right now, it looks like a short, but moderate in strength Santa Ana event for Sunday and Monday.  That will keep us dry and up the fire danger, especially Monday.

Coast-mid 60s

Basin-upper 60s to low 70s

Valleys-low 70s

Deserts-low 70s

Mountains-low 60s

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