Expect a nice couple of days ahead. Look for some warming temperatures topping out at or slightly above average as high pressure nudges into the Southwest.
Temperatures are running 10 to 15 degrees above average for this time of year.
Wednesday will still be nice with temperatures hovering in the mid to upper 70s. Everything changes Thursday as the ridge of high pressure is knocked down and a wave of energy moves through causing a slight chance of drizzle and temperatures below average.
Enjoy the first part of the work week because Monday and Tuesday will be wonderful days with temperatures running 4 to 6 degrees above average.
Red flag warnings for parts of Southern California are in effect as a result of strong winds, dry conditions and warm temperatures.
Southern California is getting a much needed dose of cooler temperatures after two days of record breaking heat.
Hot weather will grace us for the middle of this work week. Downtown temperatures will be well into the 90s and valleys will be sweating above 100 degrees.
Sunday may be wet and chilly, but forecasters predict a steady warm-up this week, with inland highs moving into the 80s by Wednesday.
It’s another pleasant day on tap for Southern California! Aside from some high clouds passing over the ridge of high pressure, we will see above average conditions Tuesday.
A Virgin Australia Boeing 777 jetliner made an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport Monday.
The mercury in downtown L.A. reached 97 degrees Fahrenheit on Wednesday afternoon, topping a record for the date set in 1900 by one degree.