While Monday’s thunderstorm threats made for a pleasant drop in temperatures for many Southland residents, those working outside found less of a break.
There’s a surge of monsoonal moisture streaming through Southern California, and it is translating into mostly cloudy skies and a chance for showers and thunderstorms.
Enjoy the cooler temperatures Thursday before things heat up again.
Expect a slight warm-up and increased humidity Friday. Temperatures will be in the 90s for the valleys, 100s for the deserts. In the basin, basically mid-80s and upper 70s by the beach.
Red Flag warning will be in effect through Wednesday due to potentially strong Santa Ana winds and low humidities, the National Weather Service said.
A Red Flag warning will be in effect Monday through Wednesday due to potentially strong Santa Ana winds and low humidities, the National Weather Service said.
Southern California braced for yet another day of hot and dry conditions amid a weekend plagued by extreme fire danger.
The Springs Fire that started Thursday near the 101 Freeway in Camarillo is 30 percent contained after scorching 28,000 acres in Ventura County and changing weather has brought some relief.
Red flag warnings are expected to go into effect on Monday for parts of the Southland as a result of a combination hot temperatures and low humidity.
Powerful Santa Ana winds have died down across Southern California, and forecasters say a new weather system from the west could bring some relief from bone-dry conditions.
The National Weather Service has extended a red flag warning for Southern California mountain areas through Sunday at 3 p.m.