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textalerts180 Josh Rubensteins Weather Forecast (May 30)

STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — We are waking up to just some patchy low clouds.

A weak eddy circulation has helped to bring a couple of clouds into the San Gabriel Valley and in the LA Basin, otherwise there are clear skies.

This is setting the stage for a little warm-up inland as we get ready to close out this shortened work week.  A ridge of high pressure is building over the Pacific and will nudge our temperatures up through Saturday.

While we will see some gusty winds this afternoon, all of the advisories have expired.  The high pressure strengthens to its peak on Saturday.  That’s when we will see a bit of an off-shore flow warm our valleys up into the 90s and 100s.

It looks like our beaches could see a little fog right at the coast and that would help to cool things off there during the warm day, however in clear spots it will even be warm to the beach.

It’s a one day affair, because we will cool it back down on Sunday and into next week.

Basin – upper 70s to low 80s

Beaches – low 70s

Valleys – upper 80s to low 90s

Mountains – mid 70s

Deserts -upper 80s

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