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Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Jan. 16)

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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The winds are going to be a big part of our forecast over the next couple of days.

The winds have pulled back a little from where they were yesterday…but by this evening we are going to be dealing with the potential for damaging winds again.

The Oxnard National Weather Service office has issued a wind warning until tomorrow…and the San Diego office has issued a wind advisory.  I wouldn’t be surprised if that advisory becomes a warning later.

The high pressure that has been building over the Pacific is starting to slide into the west and a strong off-shore flow with North and Northeasterly winds will be the product of that movement.

Here is a good byproduct of that off-shore flow: it’s going to feel like spring in the Southland for the next few days with temperatures rising well above average.  The overnight lows will still be pretty chilly in wind protected spots…but I think we are done with the extreme cold we have been dealing with.  Right now, still no rain in sight.

Coast-mid 60s

Basin-upper 60s

Valleys-upper 60s

Mountains-mid 40s

Deserts-upper 50s

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