Still nice today 70s and 80s …well above average. Cooling trend begins tomorrow with some more clouds. By Friday back to average temperatures with a chance for wet weather over the weekend.
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Red flag warnings for parts of Southern California are in effect as a result of strong winds, dry conditions and warm temperatures.
Still quite hot today with temperatures into the 100s inland and upper 80s to 90 in the coastal plain. A cooling trend is on tap for the rest of the week. Expect below average temps by Saturday and Sunday.
Fire officials on Monday braced for a last gasp of summer-like heat amid a red flag warning for much of the Southland.
Not quite as warm today as a cut-off low moves into the Great Basin, encouraging an on-shore flow and cooler temperatures Tuesday.
Expect mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures today and for the rest of the week. By tomorrow we could see some 100s in the valleys. Cooler weather for the weekend.
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Still above average today…but a little cooler. There is a slight chance for an afternoon thunderstorm. More cooling tomorrow. Warming on Sunday.
The high pressure hasn’t moved much, so that will leave us with highs in the 100s in our valley cities and into the upper 80s and low 90s for the basin.
Warm weather will still dominate our inland areas for the next couple of days.
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