Hurricane force winds out of the northeast are possible in the local mountains, starting Wednesday night, upping the danger of wildfires and making driving hazardous for truckers.
Thursday will be a transitional day from the off-shore flow to the on-shore flow as the chance of showers moves into the Southland.
The marine layer is thickening Thursday morning to about 3000′, giving way to the possibility of a little localized drizzle.
Look for cooler temperatures Thursday as the off-shore flow weakens and the high pressure in the Pacific pulls back.
The Southland can expect temperatures in the 80s and 90s for Thursday.
Angelenos can expect a thicker marine layer Thursday morning along with some coastal drizzle.
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