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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The winds were howling overnight in the San Fernando Valley and it is still a little gusty this morning, but the winds should relax as we make our way through the day.

There may be one more spike in the winds later tonight, so advisories may once again be issued.

There is a marine layer brewing this morning from a coastal eddy, but inland areas in the San Fernando Valley have cleared out quite nicely.  The marine layer is creeping into the San Gabriel Valley however.

We benefited from a little temperature bump yesterday reaching 72, slightly above average.  It looks like we will maintain the 70s through the weekend before things cool down in the middle of next week.  Right now it looks like the chance for rain are being pushed to the end of the week and into next weekend.

Coast-mid 60s

Basin-low 70s

Valleys-upper  70s to low 80s

Mountains-upper 50s

Deserts–low 70s

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