STUDIO CITY (CBS) — It looks like we are still in the midst of an off-shore flow and high fire danger event.
While the fiercest winds have pulled back a bit and the off-shore flow strength has waned, we are still looking at gusty winds this afternoon. Our daytime highs will reach into the 80s once again — very similar to yesterday’s temperatures.
The relative humidity levels will be dropping into the single digits in many cases, which is why the red flag warning continues through the day.
We will see a change in our weather pattern tomorrow as a short wave moves through the area. Look for a little cooling tomorrow and a little more cooling for Saturday. We will also see a healthy dose of clouds moving into the area. At this time, though, we are not looking at any rainfall from this moisture. That means 2013 will go down as the driest calendar year on record.
We will be warming up for the end of 2013 and beginning of 2014. Look for another off-shore flow event by New Years Day.
Basin – low 80s
Beaches – upper 70s to low 80s
Valleys – low 80s
Mountains – low 50s
Deserts – low 60s