It will be another hot and steamy day in Southern California. The flash flood watches have expired, however there is still the slight chance for thunderstorm this afternoon. Atmosphere remains unstable for the rest of the week.
You can expect slightly warmer temperatures through the middle of this work week…especially inland. Still some low clouds this morning, but look for hazy sunshine this afternoon.
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.
The deep marine layer continues this morning and will keep our temperatures 7 to 10 degrees below average.
Muggy night…but the hot weather wanes tomorrow and the rest of the week. Warmer again by the weekend and next week.
We have turned a corner and the oppressive heat is starting to wane. Temperatures will be cooler inland today as the high pressure ridge shrinks.
The heat wave is upon us, as high pressure will continue to strengthen and build into the weekend.
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.
Some low clouds today rolling to our inland areas. Temperatures are running below average and down a degree or two from yesterday. Gradual warm up through the weekend.
The sun will bake the Southland again Monday, creating an “elevated fire danger,” according to the National Weather Service.
Get ready for another round of low clouds mixed with some patchy fog. The marine layer is running a little deeper than yesterday. It is deep enough to squeeze out a little patchy drizzle.
Slow but steady job growth in California and across the United States will likely improve the Southland job market within two years, according to an economic forecast released Wednesday.
We are in the thick of a winter storm this morning. There are some heavy pockets of rain moving through the area and snow levels are dropping.
Wind advisories are in effect for much of our inland area. Expect gusty winds of up to about 35 mph as this moderate Santa Ana Wind takes hold.
The warming trend continues today as the off-shore flow strengthens. Dry, gusty winds are developing out of the Northeast. It is for this reason that a wind advisory has been issued for the mountains in San Bernardino, Orange, and Riverside counties, as well as the coastal sections of Orange County.