Temperatures will once again shoot above average Monday by several degrees, and the off-shore flow is helping to keep us dry and sunny.
Southern California’s Black Friday has become shades of gray, and dripping wet.
Enjoy the first part of the work week because Monday and Tuesday will be wonderful days with temperatures running 4 to 6 degrees above average.
Warm weather continues just cooler than yesterday. The marine layer will return over the weekend.
High pressure building will warm us up for the next couple of days. Enjoy the warm weather, because we are cooling down from Saturday to Tuesday.
A little warmer today with some patchy low clouds. Mostly sunny for the afternoon and temperatures hovering slightly below average. We will have windy conditions on Sunday and Tuesday.
Cooler weather today with some patchy low clouds otherwise a decent day. The cool weather remains through the middle of the week. By the weekend we will warm up. Watch out for some gusty winds Wednesday and Thursday.
Another warm day today inland with temps near 100. Look for some slight cooling over the weekend, and a chance for some wet weather by Sunday with some tropical activity pushing north.
Temperatures continue to run below average and in fact while we came close to breaking a very long run of below 80 degree temps yesterday…we didn’t.
Southern California residents are braced for sizzling temperatures following an excessive heat warning Thursday.
Get ready for the heat. Valley temperatures will approach 100 degrees Thursday. The heat wave will continue through the weekend and into Monday. Excessive heat warnings are in effect for most inland areas and some mountain communities. Expect sunny skies through the extended forecast.
Morning low cloud burning off for hazy sunshine. Mild in the basin and the coastal valleys, but the high desert will be quite warm, even into the triple digits. A little warmer for Saturday for everyone, then cooler from Sunday into next week.
Northwesterly winds are expected to continue across the cities of Lancaster and Palmdale through early Thursday, with the strongest winds expected across the northwestern portion of the Antelope Valley.
The sun will bake the Southland again Monday, creating an “elevated fire danger,” according to the National Weather Service.
High winds have toppled several trees throughout the Southland, damaging several vehicles and knocking out electricity to hundreds in the Santa Clarita Valley.