STUDIO CITY ( — Look for another day with above average temperatures…however we are pulling away from the record highs that we experienced yesterday.

The offshore flow that is responsible for this warm weather is weakening. It will diminish further tomorrow…bringing us another 10 degrees of cooling.

By Thursday we pivot from warm and dry to cool and damp. There is a storm system moving into the west coast.

This frontal boundary doesn’t have a whole lot of punch to it, but there will be some interesting features. First off, don’t expect much in the way of rainfall. Generally less than a .10″ here in the LA Basin…maybe slightly higher totals as you head north.

The system will be cold…with daytime highs topping out on Friday in the low 60s. Snow levels will drop down to near 4000′. However since there isn’t much moisture associated with this system, there won’t be much more than a dusting at that low level.

Winds will be a bigger factor Friday and Saturday as the system exits the region.

Coast-low 80s
Basin-upper 80s
Valleys-low 90s
Mountains-upper 60s
Deserts-mid 80s


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