The prediction of a powerful El Nino this winter has some homeowners scrambling to fix their leaky roofs.
Temperatures will continue to rise on Wednesday for areas throughout Southern California.
The National Weather Service says upper-level high pressure over New Mexico will begin to move westward on Wednesday and temperatures will jump above normal everywhere except at the beaches.
Southern California may see more high humidity and thunderstorms before July is over.
The marine layer was just a few hundred feet deeper Wednesday morning, which allowed for coverage in the valley communities.
The low clouds are starting to build in again on Tuesday. Temperatures will drop a couple of degrees from Monday’s highs.
Good Morning! Expect to see mostly sunny skies with some patchy early clouds on Monday.
It looks like things are changing up for the holiday weekend.
It’s going to be another muggy and uncomfortable day for Southern California on Wednesday.
The Southland will continue to see more of that sticky summer weather from the weekend.
Forecasters say a high-pressure system moving in Thursday will bring hot, dry conditions along with gusty winds to greater Los Angeles.
The warm weather continues for inland valley residents – especially the high desert where triple digit heat will continue into the beginning of next week.
Southland residents will feel a sudden urge for ice cream and all things cool as the heat wave carries on into Tuesday.
Get ready for a sizzling start to the work week.
It’s a June Gloomy morning once again. Look for the clouds to linger Thursday throughout the day.