Southern California could see record-breaking high temperatures this weekend while the rest of the country shivers.
Warm, dry and sunny conditions expected Thursday with possible record-breaking heat to continue over the weekend.
The L.A. Marathon will start 30 minutes earlier this weekend because the forecast is calling for record high temperatures.
Expect a stray sprinkle through the middle of the day here in the Los Angeles area with clearing later in the evening.
The warm weather has kicked in and temperatures will pop up into the 80s Friday.
Temperatures will be begin warming Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 70s.
Wednesday’s temperatures should remain around average. Modest warming Thursday and then more significant warming for Friday and the weekend.
Tuesday’s temperatures will run just a bit below average, but there’s a general warming trend ahead.
Monday will again be a mixed bag of weather. While the sun is shining a bit Monday morning, the atmosphere is still quite unstable so keep the umbrella handy.
Heavy rain from a late winter storm hit Los Angeles and Ventura counties on Sunday afternoon while the Southland’s mountains picked up a significant amount of snow from a late winter storm that promised more precipitation as the night wore on.
A rain storm is headed in towards the Southland this weekend and weather forecasters predict that will leave a blanket of snow in the mountain areas.
Low clouds and patchy fog Friday morning. Scattered rain and snow on the way.
There’s another really nice day on tap. The dry northwest flow will keep things mostly sunny Thursday with temperatures running just a bit above average.
Look for a little warming and dry weather through the middle of the week.
The rare Pelagic red crabs, which have an anatomy similar to small lobsters and have large, black eyes, have washed up in the thousands in Orange County, creating a rather oceanic odor.
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.