STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The deep marine layer continues this morning and will keep our temperatures 7 to 10 degrees below average. This is the common pattern for the beginning of June, but not the beginning of August.
There is a ridge of high pressure over Texas, which hasn’t moved much. There is also a trough along the West Coast, and that too, has remained stationary. These two features keep us in a stagnate pattern with clouds in the morning and sunshine for the afternoon.
Look for some slight warming as the onshore gradient starts to pull back a bit. Saturday and Sunday will still be below average, but a little warmer than the past couple of days.
Next week, the trough actually drops down and we will see increasing cloudiness and cooler temperatures once again.