An off-shore flow continues to bring gusty winds and high fire danger Tuesday. Temperatures to be in the upper 70s to low 80s.
High wind warnings and advisories are in effect for most of the viewing area. Temperatures will be above average in the upper 70s to low 80s.
The low clouds and fog Thursday morning will eventually clear out, but daytime highs will top out a little cooler than Wednesday.
Look for some cooling for the next couple of days. Temperatures will drop into the mid to upper 60s by Wednesday and Thursday, which is around average for this time of year.
Expect temperatures to drop down a touch Friday, and there will also be some patchy dense fog in spots early. Later in the afternoon, look for highs in the 70s.
Tuesday will be slightly cooler than Monday and Wednesday will be a little warmer. All in all the temperatures will remain above average through next week.
The mild holiday weather continues for Southern California thanks to an off-shore flow. Temperatures will still be way above average into the upper 70s and low 80s.
Expect another nice day Tuesday, with temperatures running well above the seasonal averages. There won’t be mid to upper 80s temperatures like Monday, but it will be nice nonetheless.
It looks like a nice start to the work week. High pressure along with an off-shore flow will keep temperatures above average Monday.
Temperatures Thursday will be similar to Wednesday, slightly above average. A few degrees of cooling Friday and warmer over the weekend.
It was a cold morning, but the weather situation is improving. A general warming trend is in effect for afternoon highs over the next six days.
Expect mostly sunny skies today and clear skies Thursday night, which will mean another cold morning Wednesday.
Some of the coldest air of the year is descending into Southern California.
Forecast still on track for some of the coldest weather of the season for Southern California. A cold front will rip across the area for the next 24 hours.
Temperatures will once again shoot above average Monday by several degrees, and the off-shore flow is helping to keep us dry and sunny.