The high pressure that has kept temperatures above average this week will continue to dominate the forecast.
A surface high and an upper level high will work together to bring in a warm dry air mass along with an off-shore flow. Daytime highs will run well above average increasing the fire danger.
The brief cold/rain outbreak is over, and there’s a ridge of high pressure building in that will translate into much warmer temperatures.
Temperatures will be way down below average and scattered rain should begin after 7 p.m. and increase through the night.
Thursday will be a transition day as temperatures drop down a bit and more clouds roll into the region.
The next couple of days will be warm as high pressure builds into the region. Look for highs into the 80s for the inland areas, maybe even approaching 90 degrees in portions of the Inland Empire.
Happy Hump Day! Expect some warmer weather headed through Friday then a cooler weekend.
There will be some clearing Wednesday and the temperatures will be about 4 to 6 degrees below average.
Temperatures will run below average, and in fact expect below average temperatures for the rest of this week.
After a warm start to this work week, things will cool down considerably over the next 24 hours.
Expect some warmer and drier weather over the weekend with temperatures peaking on Monday.
A healthy marine layer has developed and that’s going to keep the weather Thursday on the cooler side with highs topping out in the upper 70s and low 80s.
After a pretty warm Monday, temperatures are starting to pull back a touch Tuesday. Look for highs in the mid 80s in the basin, and inland temperatures will reach into the 90s.
While it will still be well above average Monday, it will be much cooler than the weekend.
There are several heat advisories and warnings in place Friday through the weekend.
A brush fire in San Bernardino County rose Friday afternoon causing evacuation for residents nearby.
Wild Santa Ana winds brought gusts ranging from 60 to 80 miles per hour across the Southland.