Southern Californians have one more day of high temperatures to contend with before the three-day heat wave gives way to a cooling trend.
Gusty Santa Ana winds arrived Tuesday in Southern California, bringing the possibility of a brief return to summer-like temperatures during the first week of winter.
There are only minor changes to the forecast Tuesday. Look for slightly cooler basin temperatures, however it will still be pretty warm for inland cities.
The heat is here! High pressure continues to build into the west coast, and that, combined with an off-shore flow will bring very warm temperatures over the next couple of days.
Warm weather in the Southland has prompted an increase in snake sightings.
Strong winds and high temperatures in the Southland over the next few days has prompted a fire danger warning.
The sun will bake the Southland again Monday, creating an “elevated fire danger,” according to the National Weather Service.
CBS2’s Kaj Goldberg reports temperatures will stay warm this weekend with a chance of thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday. Look forward to sticky weather and humidity in the next week.